Thanksgiving on the Farm
All of your favorites are back like ooey gooey mac & cheese, buttery mashed potatoes, silky delicious butternut squash soup, decadent baked goods like super moist cranberry upside down cake, apple ginger quick bread and fruit of the forest pies.  Click the menu below for more information available on our website and to place your order online.
It's Getting Spooky Out Here...
 Guess the weight of your pumpkin and
win it!
Pick your pumpkin.
One Pumpkin, one guess
Tell the cashier your official guess Place the pumpkin on the scale. 
You must guess your pumpkins weight within 1/10th of a 1 lb.
For pumpkins 30 lbs or more you must be within 1 lb. 
Winners receive their pumpkin for free and get
their name on the wall of fame!
Jack-O-Lanterns are plentiful, Farm grown decorative pumpkins and gourds, along side 
lush blooming mums, ornamental cabbage, & fall grasses.
Pumpkin Carving Kits are in and ready for your creative skills to be put to work! Scoops, knives, paints, stickers. If you need it to carve or decorate a pumpkin, we carry it!
Save the Date for Pumpkin Decorating
and Scarecrow Building!
75% Garden Center Perennials
lilac bushes, raspberry, blackberry and elderberry bushes, hostas, vibernum and so much more at 75 % OFF!!!! Last chance to take advantage of these plants
before they are gone for good!
News from our Kitchen
Sandwich of the Month-
The Harvest Club-Boar's Head honey maple turkey, cheddar cheese, bacon, fresh apples, lettuce, and honey mustard on multigrain bread. 
Available everyday this month!
Ribs & Wings on Sunday
11 am -6 pm Every Sunday.
Half and Whole Racks of Ribs come with Cole Slaw and Corn Bread. 
Chicken Wings are served with Celery Sticks and a side of Blue Cheese Dressing.
Call to place your order for this weekend!
Pumpkin Spice & Everything Nice
The bakery has been busy turning our farm grown pumpkins and regional apples into delectable desserts with all the flavors of the season.
Clockwise from top right: Pumpkin Caramel Spice Bread Pudding, Apple Ginger Cake with Caramel Buttercream & Candied Walnuts, Pumpkin Pistachio Caramel Trifle, Pumpkin Whoopie Pies
Farm Grown Pumpkins!
The Long Island Cheese Pumpkin, sometimes called a Cinderella pumpkin, is related to butternut squash.
It is our pick for pumpkin desserts!

To make pumpkin purée:
Cut the cheese pumpkin in half; scoop out the seeds and dry them to plant next year. Cut one of the halves into 3- by 4-inch chunks and microwave for 12 minutes until soft. (Reserve other half for another use.) Using a spoon, separate the cooked flesh from the skin (you should have about 2 cups of flesh for the pie). Put the cooked flesh into a food processor or blender and blend until it is a smooth puree. Use as you would store-bought pumpkin purée.
Heirloom Apples are Here
Heirloom apples and pears-a-plenty! Beautiful varieties of heirloom apples like Blue Pearmain, Maiden's Blush, Gravenstein, Franc Rambour, & Hubbardston Nonesuch have arrived from Scott Farm along with rare pear varieties like Warren's and Seckel. Plus, these Carlson Orchards Ciders are ready to warm you up with cinnamon and spices. We won't tell if you add a little Rum too... 
Apple Cider from Carlson's is pure, fresh and heavenly. 100% natural with the sole ingredient being apples, of course!
Carlson Orchards Honeycrisp Apple Cider has made an appearance this week!
Snag a 1/2 gallon while they last!
 Think Ahead to Spring with Houseplants,  Daffodil & Tulip Bulbs
-Hilary Armour, Garden Center Manager,
has some great tips for houseplants-
    So your plants have been basking in the wonderful Nantucket sun all summer and now its time to bring them in…but when and how?  The first thing to do is spray them with Horticultural oil, Neem oil or Insecticidal soap.
You may not see them, but I guarantee your plant has hitchhikers! What often happens is when you bring in your plants, the bugs come in too, and then your plant is the ONLY host and populations explode.
Two thorough treatments of either product will clean your plant up nicely.
Make sure to clean off all dead leaves, branches or flowers. If the plant has had a good growth year, this is a great time to re-pot!  Do not fertilize, as your plant is most likely going to go into “rest” mode and will not need too much fertilizer. Some plants will shed leaves when they move indoors (usually this is due to light issues, the plant isn’t getting enough to support all that foliage). Maintain a regular watering schedule and settle in with your plant for the winter.  THINK SPRING!
Just because the weather has begun to turn cooler, it doesn't mean it's time to stop gardening- on the contrary, it's time to start planning for spring bloom by planting bulbs! Planting bulbs is the best way to extend the bloom life of your garden.

Bulbs should be planted in a sunny, well-drained location. Don't overlook a spot that seems shady in the fall. Remember that deciduous trees (trees that have leaves and not needles) will drop their leaves in the fall and not leaf out again until late spring allowing enough sun for bulbs to grow and bloom.
Bulbs should be planted pointy side up- You might be able to see roots on the bottom side of the bulb. If you really can't tell which end is up, don't worry about it, the bulb will figure it out on its own.
Bulbs should be planted at a depth of 2 to 3 times their diameter- For Daffodils that's about 6-8 inches below the soil. Smaller bulbs like Crocus should be planted to a depth of approximately 3-4 inches.
Water your bulbs after planting to settle the loose dirt around the bulb and then sit back, relax, and have some hot cocoa while you are waiting for spring.
For Your Seasonal Table...
Fall is all about colorful displays of pumpkins, gourds, & cranberries. Pair cozy, natural textures with clean white porcelain,  handmade ceramic ware, and rustic tin & wooden baskets from our gift department.  
6th Annual Cranberry Festival
Postponed to Sunday!
October 13, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 4:00 pm
The Nantucket Cranberry Festival is a popular event among adults and children alike – the Foundation’s Milestone Cranberry Bog is transformed into the most unique and beautiful of Festival grounds for this special event. Visitors can expect to learn about the history of cranberry farming on Nantucket through educational displays and harvesting demonstrations, participate in family activities, sample delectable cranberry treats and other New England classics, or simply enjoy the music and the spectacular autumn scenery. And as always, there will be pounds of organic Genuine Nantucket Cranberries available for purchase!

Bartlett's Kitchen will be in attendance selling Cranberry Bacon Jam, Tarts, Granola and Quick Breads for event-goers to purchase
News from Nantucket Fresh Catch
Nantucket Fresh Catch is taking a little break and will reopen in time for Thanksgiving shopping. They will continue to stock fresh fish in their reach-in cooler each week during the break! Need something special? Give us a ring and we will be happy to put you in touch
with Joan!
Who's Your Farmer? Meet Our Staff
Welcome to the Farm Lisa Wilson!
Lisa joined the Customer Service Team in August as our newest Cashier Supervisor.  She joins the team after relocating from Texas with her husband.  Believe it or not, this Texan thought that Nantucket was bigger than it is! She loves  the quaint size and since she was married here on Island, it will always hold a special place for her.  When Lisa arrives on the Farm each morning, she looks forward to chatting with our customers and getting to know them.  When summer finally does roll back around,  she looks forward to enjoying our many beaches!  Lisa is a rare Texan...she is and has always been a FAITHFUL Patriots fan!
We look forward to working with Lisa and enjoying her Texas charm! Please make sure to say “Hello” next time you’re in and get the pleasure of interacting with her,  and if it’s game day be sure to talk Patriots with her!

Celebrate Friendship and
Kick Off the Holiday Season!
Join us for our 11th Annual Ladies Night!
Each year, the funds that we
raise go to local charities.
Each year gets better and better! This year we raise money for Small Friends and will have a great time doing it. Give a little extra and get a lot in return with the purchase of a VIP hour ticket! $50 gets you in before the crowds, a signature cocktail, fancy appetizers, a gift bag full of goodies, raffle tickets and more!!! What are you waiting for!?

Upcoming Events
Rain Date-October 13- Cranberry Festival  

October 13- Nantucket Half-Marathon

October 18-20- Nantucket Grown Food Festival 

October 26- Pumpkin Decorating & Scarecrow Building

October 31st- Annual Halloween Parade