Morning Glory Farm
Morning Glory Farm was founded in 1975 by Debbie and Jim Athearn, who now assist their sons Simon and Daniel in running the farm and farmstand. We raise vegetables and fruits on about 65 acres of land in Edgartown, some of it our own and the rest leased from neighbors. Our flower farm in West Tisbury and our cattle operation in Chilmark are both on family land. At our farmstand in Edgartown, we produce scratch-made breads, pies and other baked goods, along with soups, salads, heat and eat entrees and preserves. We also stock carefully selected groceries, including produce from mainland farms to supplement what we grow for you. Our rule is that the quality of what we order from off-Island must meet or exceed the quality of what we raise on the Vineyard.
Morning Glory Farm, started in 1975 by James and Deborah Athearn, grows about 65 acres of vegetables and small fruits on the island of Martha’s Vineyard
Small successive plantings of a wide variety of crops supply the farmstand from May through December.
Crops include sweet corn, lettuce, carrots, beets, tomatoes, melons, potatoes, beans, squash, pumpkins, and more. Our herb garden supplies a full assortment of culinary herbs. We also raise two acres of cut flowers, and small plantings of strawberries, grapes, peaches, and beach plums.
1 mile west of Edgartown center on the West Tisbury Road, at the corner of Meshacket Road.
5 miles east of the Martha’s Vineyard Airport on the West Tisbury Road, at the corner of Meshacket Road.
GPS: 290 West Tisbury Rd., Edgartown
Look for our sign, windmill, greenhouses and fields. Here is a link to a map of the area, with directions »»
We’re closed from January through mid-April. Please watch for updates and farm news on our website, Facebook and Instagram.