Farm Happenings at Klickitat Winery
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Farm Happenings at Klickitat Winery

Summer Growth

Posted on June 25th, 2020
Just got back from vacation and WOW!! Everything is taking off with this warm weather! We are now nearing the end of our cool season crops, but still have plenty of lettuce, kale, chard, leeks, peas, and our celery is coming into season nicely among the cucumbers. The peppers, tomatoes, and corn ar1 read more »

Duck Available!

Posted on June 4th, 2020
Our ducks are now available for purchase. We have Runner Duck and Khaki Campbell males. Get your herbs and vinegars to roast them with. read more »

Kale Abounds

Posted on May 24th, 2020
The last couple of weeks have seen a lot of growth. We have tomatoes, tomatillos, corn, squash, melons, and cucumbers in the ground and growing. Our lettuce has made a come back and the chard is getting bigger. The kale however....takes off! We are using kale seeds from our own seed bank and I am v1 read more »

Crazy Ducks and Rhubarb Crisp

Posted on May 8th, 2020
Ducks love lettuce! That's what we learned this past week as the ducks devoured our entire bed of lettuce! This is our first year experimenting with ducks and we have enjoyed them, but don't let anyone tell you they are good for the garden. We found that one breed of duck tended to eat the plants a1 read more »

Season of Salad

Posted on April 23rd, 2020
As the weather warms in our area we experience a certain season that is perfect for salad greens! Rain and warm temperatures combine to make great lettuce, radishes, baby chard and baby kale. Along with dill, mustards, lemon balm, and other aromatic herbs, this is the season for salad! read more »

Sprouting for Joy

Posted on April 10th, 2020
As the weather warms we are very excited to see all of our newly planted seeds sprouting up and growing fast. Upcoming soon will be radishes, salad greens and spicy touches, and garlic. Our potted starts of lettuce, broccolini, cabbage, and cauliflower are in the ground and expanding their root sys1 read more »