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Winter Squash and Potatoes: Quick Fixes for Long Keepers

One of our most colorful, reliable and long-lasting crops, winter squash is a vegetable everyone should have on hand. There are many varieties: Some have bright orange flesh, others are yellow or even a creamy white inside. All are packed… Read More

Now Online: Thanksgiving Menu and Order Form 2019

You can also find this form at morninggloryfarm.com/thanksgiving

Have You Picked Up Your Moglo Card?

Have you picked up your loyalty card at the farmstand? We have a whole box of cards that are activated and ready to pick up by the customers who applied for them. Just ask at the register. Don’t… Read More

Pumpkin Carving Contest Saturday

A call to artists, and creative pumpkin carvers, who wish to showcase their skills and compete for a bountiful gift basket and $100 Morning Glory Farm gift certificate: This Saturday, Oct. 26, from noon to 3 p.m., we’re bringing… Read More

Pumpkin Festival Saturday!

Every October, on the Saturday after Columbus Day, we welcome everyone to Morning Glory Farm for our popular Pumpkin Festival. This rain or shine event is a celebration of all things pumpkin, including jack o’lanterns from our fields,… Read More

Robin’s Koginut: The “It” Squash We Grew for You

We’re delighted to offer the new Robin’s Koginut squash that has been getting tons of press, from Food & Wine to Fast Company, since it was first announced last year. Guess what? You CAN believe the hype with… Read More

11 Best Recipes for Sweet Corn

We brought in the first of our farm-raised sweet corn over the weekend, and although it sold through right away, we’ll soon have plenty more as successive plantings come to maturity in the fields. Meanwhile, we’re stocking top-quality… Read More

Please Don’t Strip the Corn! Do This Instead

Stripping the husks off ears of corn is frowned upon at the farmstand. It’s so unnecessary! There are better ways to make sure you’re buying a ripe, unblemished ear of corn: Look at the husk to check for… Read More

Watch: Martha’s Vineyard Flower Fields from the Air

This is the year we doubled down on flowers. Now based at Robyn and Simon’s farm in West Tisbury, where his great-grandparents lived in the 20th century, our flower farmette is producing about twice as many blooms as… Read More

Our “Farmily” Grows Again!

Morning Glory farmers grow more than vegetables, fruits, flowers and animals—we raise kids, too. Founders Jim and Debbie Athearn started the tradition with Prudence, Simon and Dan, all of whom now have children of their own—you may have… Read More