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Martha’s Vineyard Christmas Events in 2017

Summer has come and gone, with many Island establishments closed till 2018, but there are still plenty of things to do on Martha’s Vineyard in November and December! Nov. 29: Oak Bluffs Tree Lighting & Arrival of Santa… Read More

Our Tomato Crop, By the Numbers

The Vineyard Gazette honors us this week with a well-reported article about the adventures of our 2017 tomato crop, which was delayed by adverse weather in the spring and early summer but is coming in gangbusters now. Food… Read More

20 Blue Ribbons at the Fair

Did you make it to the Ag Fair? We had a terrific time, and the judges were good to us once again. Back at the farm, we’re busily harvesting tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, squash and more. Come see what’s… Read More

Our Favorite Tomato Recipes

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We’re celebrating tomato season with a bounty of recipes from our book Morning Glory’s Farm Food: Stories from the Fields, Recipes from the Kitchen. Just click to get cooking!

Mushroom Magic from Martha’s Vineyard

Have you tried the mushrooms grown on the Vineyard by M.V. Mycological? These wild harvest shiitakes have a depth of flavor matched only by their counterparts in Japan, where the weather is strikingly similar to that of Martha’s… Read More

Got Garlic?

Calling all lovers of the “stinking rose” — our garlic crop is in, and it’s a bountiful harvest.                                        … Read More

Recipe: Roasted Garlic

This is the simplest and best way we know of releasing the rich, sweet flavor of fresh garlic. Bonus: Covered in olive oil, the roasted garlic cloves will keep in the refrigerator for an extended period of time.

Corn is Coming In, But Needs More Sun

We’ve finally started picking our own corn, although supplies have been limited and each harvest sells out quickly. Corn needs sun to ripen to perfection, and we’ve been looking at a lot of cloudy days lately.

Strawberries vs. Weeds: Our 2-Year Strategy

Growing crops outdoors is a constant struggle with weeds, and sometimes they get the upper hand — temporarily. That’s why our strawberry plants get plowed under after just two harvests, when the weeds in that patch become too… Read More

Strawberries: A Trickle Now, A Flood Soon

Our strawberries are finally ripening after this chilly, rainy spring. So far, the harvest has been trickling in — on our first day, we only picked four pints. But, says Kat Monterosso of our farmstand crew, that trickle… Read More