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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 Glorious Garlic Harvest

Late last October, we planted 13,600 garlic cloves. This month we harvested the crop and wow, we have to brag: This garlic is gorgeous, with flavor to match. Plump, perfect, clean garlic bulbs with no disease are $1.65… Read More

What’s in Season on Martha’s Vineyard: July

These are approximate harvest dates for our seasonal farm produce. Please keep in mind that many yields tend to start small and increase over a period of days to weeks, depending on the weather. Potatoes (red/white/Yukon/russet): July 1… Read More

What’s in Season on Martha’s Vineyard: June

These are approximate harvest dates for our seasonal farm produce. Please keep in mind that many yields tend to start small and increase over a period of days to weeks, depending on the weather.

Green Manure: Why We Love It

Dad says “It’s time to plow everything.” Last week’s wet weather made the cover crops jump up, and kept us out of the fields because they were too wet. Many to most fields now are covered by our… Read More

What’s in Season on Martha’s Vineyard: May

Here are some of the Morning Glory crops we’ll have at the farmstand this month: Arugula, microgreens, eggs, nettles, parsnips, radishes and spinach are all available now, along with produce from New England farms on the mainland—including some… Read More

Countdown to Opening: Watch These Pea Shoots Grow!

Pea shoots are one of the crops we’ll have for you at the farmstand when we open this Friday (Day 5), along with spinach, nettles and microgreens. On opening day, you’ll also find: • Fresh produce from select… Read More

Winter on a Martha’s Vineyard Farm

“What do you do in the winter?”  It’s a fair question, and one most year-round Islanders are used to hearing. In our case, the answer is easy: We keep on farming!

Cape White Turnips are In!

We’re excited to announce that our Cape White turnips are coming in from the fields for the first time in two years! Last year’s harvest was ruined by weather and birds, so we’re extra happy to welcome these… Read More

Why Eat Turnips?

By guest blogger Rachel Caine, MS, Dietetic Intern, Mount Auburn Hospital