Greens love humid conditions, so keep your greens in a plastic bag in your fridge drawer and turn up the humidity, or cover them with a wet paper towel. Keep herbs and cut flowers in water, snipping the… Read More
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.
This year, we moved our flower farm to West Tisbury and added greenhouses. Come by the farmstand to see what’s in bloom, and follow us on Instagram for more glorious flower photos like these.
Voting ends Friday, April 6 at 11:59 p.m.! We are honored to find ourselves nominated in multiple categories of the 2019 Best of the Vineyard poll in Martha’s Vineyard Magazine. Your votes would mean a lot to us!… Read More
Here’s a look back at 2018 as captured by farm videographer/photographer Ryan Hassell. Thanks to all our great employees and customers for another terrific year! If you’d like to work with us in 2019, please visit our employment… Read More
Come by the farmstand soon for the best selection of Christmas trees. We have Balsam, Canaan, Fraser and Korean firs in assorted sizes, starting at $53.95 for a 6.5 foot tree and running up to $89.95 for a… Read More
Now that autumn has arrived, our flower crew has been making gorgeous everlasting floral wreaths and swags for indoor decorating. Come see their creative designs—no two are alike.
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
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
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: