Morning Glory’s farmstand is open May through December with products from our fields, other Island farms and beyond. During the height of the season you will find our shelves are overflowing with our cut flowers, vegetables and fruits that we pick fresh daily and offer at the peak of their freshness for you to enjoy.
Although not a certified organic farm, we have many acres that are treated with only organic fertilizers and pesticides. All our produce is harvested by hand and offered to you as quickly as we can get it in from the fields. Our sweet corn is picked several times a day, from late July to Mid-October, to keep it as fresh as possible.
Twice a week we travel to the Chelsea Produce Market near Boston to buy a full selection of produce to complement what we grow. We carry milk and cheeses from New England Dairies and Thatcher Farm. We purchase cheddar cheese wheels from Cabot Dairy in Vermont, which we then cut and package daily.
You’ll find many exceptional Island-made products, such Gray Barn cheeses, Mermaid Farm cheeses and yogurt, Pam’s Provisions Pesto, By the Sea Salt, Not Your Sugar Mama’s and State Road chocolates and more. We also offer a wide selection of nuts and dried fruits from the United Natural Foods Cooperative in New Hampshire, and an assortment of specialty groceries.
Our tables are overflowing with the wonderful breads, pies, muffins, cookies and quiches that our bakery produces from scratch. Our salad bar is the freshest on the Island, bursting with our beautiful produce and ingenious sides and soups. We also stock our cooler with unique entrées and appetizers throughout the season, made with as many of our own products as possible.
The beef we sell is raised by us in our fields in Chilmark where the cows are fed a diet of mainly grass and hay that we produce. Our pork is grown here with as much of our waste produce as they will eat. Our eggs are from our hen house that we built in 2006 and are collected fresh everyday. Our pastured poultry is raised in our field in movable pens so that they can eat fresh grass each day and are processed here on the farm by a mobile processing unit.