Have you seen the Morning Glory Farm flower parade? It takes place every day but Sunday at about 1 p.m., as the flower crew marches buckets of blooms to the tent in front of the farmstand.
We’re having a sunny sale, today only: While supplies last, our sunflowers are just $1 apiece. The farmstand opens at 8 a.m.—come get some Island sunshine on a stem! First come, first served.
When do your flowers come into season? How long can I expect my cut flowers to last? How can I make my flower arrangement last longer? Can I order flowers for special events? What are the ordering options?… Read More
Our season is in full swing, with fresh ripe crops coming in from the fields several times a day. The first flush of our early corn will be gone by the weekend, but we’ll have top-quality mainland corn… Read More
Farewell, plastic straws. This week we stocked our coffee, tea and kombucha stations with earth-friendly paper straws, made in the U.S.A. by a company called Aardvark. Not only are the new straws easier on the environment than the… Read More
We love tomatoes. But do they love us back? Nutritionist and dietary intern Rachel Caine says yes, these flavorful summer fruits have undeniable health advantages as well as being delicious:
Zucchini is in season and we have two varieties at the farmstand: traditional zucchini and the endearingly round Eight Ball. We also grow Yellow Ball summer squash.
Have some questions about why eating local is important? Confused by the latest diet trends? Intrigued by a report about food that you saw on the news? Just want to learn about what a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN)… Read More
Our summer hours have begun: The farmstand and greenhouse are now open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. Our salad bar closes at 4 p.m. The… Read More
Take eco-conscious shopping to the next level with one of our new Morning Glory Farm baskets! These furniture-quality, two-handled baskets are handcrafted by the artisans of the Peterboro Basket Co. in Peterborough, N.H. using Appalachian White Ash harvested… Read More