Join Us for Our Favorite
Workshops All Year!
Wreath Workshops

Friday- 11/29 Wreath and
Candle Ring Workshop 10 am
Wednesday- 12/4 at 4 pm 
Special mid-week pricing! 
Just $60 for the wreath and $10 for candle rings
Have questions? Call 508-228-9403 ext 150 or email Hilary
First Wreath Shipment is on the 18th!
Order by this Saturday

Our Balsam Fir double-sided wreaths are sourced from Maine and shipped fresh to Nantucket where they are hand-decorated with authentic Nantucket Bay Scallop Shells, natural Nantucket scrub pine cones, festive red cranberries & a red velvet bow.

Thanksgiving Fixin's, Fresh and Local
Farming is so seasonal, but the kitchen makes sure that the flavors of the summer and fall are available throughout the year.
Any culled or spare tomatoes from the field and greenhouses are bagged and frozen to make marinara and sauces. One annual tradition that we are especially proud of is growing, harvesting and cooking our Long Island Cheese Pumpkins. These pumpkins are round, flat, heavily ribbed, and somewhat resemble a wheel of cheese. The seeds are edible, and the squash itself is tender, creamy and earthy. The perfect pie pumpkin.
In late September, when the Field Crew harvests, they bring in bin after bin of Long Island Cheese specifically for the kitchen.
Each pumpkin is cut in half, seeds removed, and roasted, cut side down until tender and lightly caramelized.
The flesh is then scooped out, strained and pureed. Each batch is then measured, poured into fish tubs and frozen. This process takes about three weeks.
The Bakery then turns this golden mash into pies, of course, but also Pumpkin Bread, Whoopie Pies, Cheesecake squares and more.
While most winter squash is a good substitute for pumpkin pies, the Long Island Cheese is our favorite.
Nantucket Cranberries are plentiful and ready for you to try your hand at some new recipes! 
Thanksgiving Traditions on the Farm
Turkey Time
There’s still time to place your order for Turkeys, pies, gravy, stuffing and so much more.  Our ordering deadline is November 21st. Remember, we are closed on Thanksgiving Day, so write your list and check it twice! Not sure how to cook the bird, or what size you may need? Just ask! We’re happy to help you find the answers.
Thanksgiving weekend is one of our favorites. It’s often the first trip home for Nantucket kids, many summer residents return, and though it’s busy, we still have time to stop and say hello. We look forward to seeing you!
-Maryjane Mojer, Store Manager
Click here to Reserve your Thanksgiving Turkey
Holiday Greens have Arrived in the Garden Center
Greens have arrived by the truck load, just in time to decorate for the upcoming holidays; Juniper, Cedar, Noble Fir, Douglas Fir, Red Huck, Holly, Laurel Tips, Shore Pine, Swags, and so much more!
Stop out and see the Garden Center girls! Bulk options are plentiful for landscapers, too!
Put these Blown Glass and Drift Wood Vases on your list to Santa! Hilary found these AMAZING blown glass drift wood planters! Made in Bali from hand blown recycled glass formed onto reclaimed teak roots, these planters are the bee’s knee’s!!! Each one a unique piece of art for your plants or anything else that strikes your fancy.
Air plants and succulents are plentiful in the market along with colorful orchids by the dozens! 
Festive Gifts for the Season
Our new leather logo Beanie Caps are already garnering rave reviews! Pick one up as a gift but don't forget to treat yourself, too!
Lots of seasonal scented candles in our Gift Department, like this Heirlum Pumpkin scent from Thymes or "Pumpkins on Main" from Seawicks
News from Nantucket Fresh Catch
Fresh Catch’s reach-in cooler has lots
of new items for sale including
Look for them stocking new items, in addition to their Bluefish Pate, Smoked Salmon, Fish and Crab cakes. New items include homemade Tuna Salad, Lobster Mac N Cheese, and Crab and Artichoke Dip. Plus, the Fish Counter will be open the weekend before Thanksgiving for all of your needs!
Baby, it's Cold Outside!
Bartlett’s Farm is happy to
offer STOKES natural firestarters!  STOKES were created in Vermont by Adam when he was a young eleven year old making gifts for friends and family.  He started using egg cartons, old candle wax and lint from the dryer, soon after his friends and family received them as gifts they offered to start purchasing them. 
STOKES are produced on a much larger scale these days but stick to the same basic components.
Need firewood too? Don’t worry we have that covered! We have plenty of firewood bundles stocked up to get you through these chilly days! Grab some in front of the market or ask a cashier to add a bundle onto your order and snag one
on the way to the car!
Save the Date!
Need a larger table for the holidays? The Annual Lightship Basket Yard sale will take place on Saturday and Sunday, November 23 and 24. A great place to find trinkets and treasures, from furniture to jeans.  We will be opening at 7:30 on Saturday the 23rd so the folks who line up early can get coffee and muffins. 
An annual tradition for many has been to enjoy our year end sale when we close for a few weeks over Christmas. This year, we’re starting some of the sales early, so take a ride out to the Farm every few days to see what we’ve got! Currently, a Mix and Match, Buy One Get One Free will tempt you with sweet and savory, and maybe a few ingredients to stock up on for the holidays!
Devon and Mj will be taking their show on the road for the Festival of Trees on December 5th. The Bartlett’s Farm table always seems to be a favorite, and this year will be no exception. Not yet sure what the menu will be, but it will most certainly include local and Farm Grown in the title!
Upcoming Events

November 26th-27th- Thanksgiving Order Up Days!