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Spring Plantings

Greenhouse opens April 22,  Monday to Saturday 9-5 Cropping update, I’ve been having so much fun as the spring has thawed and allows us to start planting again.  I wanted to share the things that have gotten into… Read More

Thanksgiving offerings from the farm bakery & kitchen

To Place an Order call 508-627-9003 Pie/Quiche orders taken until 10am Tuesday. Everything else can be preordered until 9am Wednesday. Pies and Side Dishes will be ready at 2pm Wednesday.  Fresh Turkey orders ($3.50/lb) will be taken until… Read More

Farm Update

The whole gang in a group photo in front of the new Morning Glory Farm Store. The best growing season in years in flying along.  I have not posted in surprisingly long, I got so caught up in… Read More

Jim and Daniel Figur’in

I just liked this pic of Dad and Dan working out a carpentry problem. You can see the lumber Tom Turner cut locally for the building drying in the greenhouse.  Also behind Dan is our newest addition to… Read More

Moving the greenhouse

Here is the greenhouse pre-move.  We have already moved this house once to this location 1984.  Onto what was then a herb garden, involved were Jim and Debbie Athearn and Cody Jephcote .  Now it gets to move… Read More

Winter Work 2010

January 5th and Daniel and Simon are spreading a layer of straw over the strawberry plants.   We using the mulching implement attached to the Kubota L245H.  We purchased this multcher from Thimble Farm several years back, it shreds… Read More

Top 10 from farmhand Emily

Emily direct seeding pumpkins in a west tisbury field. Hi! My name is Emily Carol and this is my second year working as a field hand at morning glory farm. Working in the fields means that I get… Read More

Mo – Glo Bakery

Hi folks, My name is Sarah and I’m the newest addition to the Morning Glory bakery. Since June I’ve been working with the bakery team to make the freshest muffins, breads, cookies, bars, quiche, jam, and pies for… Read More

Stella and her tomatoes

Hello everyone, my name is Stella and I’m Morning Glory’s Tomato Chief.  I’m in charge of all the various plantings of tomato plants, their care, and also the harvesting.   I am a southern transplant, from Tennessee, near the… Read More

Eggs are an everyday thing

Here is Clara Athearn helping her father Daniel Athearn collect the mornings eggs.  She at just three years old is very steady at gently removing eggs from under the hens and carefully placing them is the basket.  She… Read More