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Wholesale at Morning Glory

Hello everyone!  My name is Cheryl Harary and I’m the wholesale manager at Morning Glory Farm.  This is my third season here and I can’t imagine doing anything else!  This time of year, my job is very important/rewarding… 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

Katama hay day

Hillary, Michael, Kelsey and a high quality alfalfa, clover and fescue mix in Katama

Garlic harvest in edgartown

Graham, Justin, Anna, Eric, and Page proudly showing off the garlic harvest. This years garlic harvest was fantastic!  We harvested thousands of ‘morganicly’ grown garlic.  The little field at the corner of Cleavelandtown and Katama road was filled… Read More

Summer work at morning glory farm

Here we are!  Almost all the staff from the Farmstand, Bakery, Kitchen, Herb Garden, Greenhouses, and Field Crew. Jim, Hillary, Serena, Stella taking a break before unloading the next truckload. This is west tisbury cut grass hay being… Read More

Look at em grow!

Our early red potatoes are leaping from the earth.  The field crew was out today removing some of the weedy patches that my cultivator missed.  This field is one of two this year, this is in Katama nearSlough Cove Road. … 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

Baby chicks

We just received our second load of baby chicks here at morning glory farm.  Justin Myers made them very comfortable this morning in the cow barn, old stanchens turns brooding room.  This little cheeping box comes in to… Read More

Plowing down cover crops

Jim Athearn plowing at the old Waller Dairy farm, now owned by town of Edgartown, just to the north of the Katama air field. Dad says “its time to plow everything”.  We have been out turning all the… Read More

The potatoes are in

Here is a picture from a couple weeks ago when I was putting in the early red potatoes. The early variety is  Dark Red Norland that we harvest young as ‘new potatoes’.  I hope to harvest these potatoes… Read More