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Photos: Flower Crew Making Wreaths

View this post on Instagram The flower crew has started making dried flower wreaths for the fall! #driedflowers #flowerfarmer #marthasvineyard #autumn A post shared by Morning Glory Farm (@morninggloryfarmmv) on Sep 19, 2018 at 1:34pm PDT

How Can I Make Cut Flowers Last Longer?

At Morning Glory Farm, we cut flowers every day for the freshest bouquets. They should last you about a week, but there are ways to make cut flower arrangements last longer still. Here are some tips from MGF… Read More

Photos: Our Blue Ribbon Winners at the Ag Fair

It’s hard to believe that just a week ago, we were eagerly dropping off our entries for this year’s Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Society fair. Here are our blue-ribbon-winning vegetables and flowers of 2018:

Got Flowers?

We have flowers by the truckload at the farm this month! Come in and choose a freshly made bouquet, or flowers for your own arrangements.

Fresh Farm Flowers are Blooming for You

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.

Sunflowers $1 a Stem Today!

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. 

Farm Flowers FAQ & Order Form

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

Lavender Recipes: Peach Salad with Lavender Dressing | Lemon Lavender Muffins

Welcome, Summer: Photos

It really feels like summer now—because it is! Thursday was the solstice, the longest day of the year delivering maximum sunshine to our ripening crops. Flavorful summer squashes are coming in right on schedule, starting with the endearingly… 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.