August 28, 20211

by Ana Harrop, August 26, 2021

Here we are at the last full week of August. Things are definitely changing outside. Harvest will quickly be in full swing. 

Be respectful of the big harvesting trucks. The gardens are ever changing, some things end and others are beginning.

Green beans, cucumbers, pears, peaches, peppers, onions, blackberries, raspberries, golden raspberries, strawberries, and much more are on.

The chickens are producing gorgeous and large eggs.

Fall squash is delicious and so are the melons. 

Lisa's breads, Linda's preserves and Kellie Sue's pies and treats are all worthy of a look and taste. 

This will be the last week of the Kulm sweet corn, so grab it before it is gone.

Check out the ongoing barbeque for lunch. It is fabulous!

After Saturday, we begin a countdown for the Harvest Festival. Mark October 9th on your calendars for that will be incredible this year.

We are open from 9-1 on Saturday and are located at the Mountain View Barn. 3 Miles South of Jerome on Highway 93.

We will be looking forward to seeing you. It's not just about the food, its an event and a wonderful experience.

August 21, 2021

by Ana Harrop, August 19, 2021

 It is hard to believe that August is half over. It is interesting to see what matures so quickly in the gardens right now. This weekend will be our back to school celebration. Sadly, summer vacation is coming to an end, but that signals the time of year to begin canning and putting food by for the winter. 

Our onions are curing for food storage. Peaches, pears, and apples will soon be the norm. We have the beginnings of fall squash and they hold for months.

Stock up on your soaps and honey When the blackberry, raspberry, and pumpkin honeys are gone, they are gone for the season. 

Pick up some amazing breads for your kids lunches and sweets for dessert.

Try the Portuguese chees eon your meals as well. There are wonderful necklaces, jewelry and bags to carry your necessities in.

Come see us at the Mountain View Ban from 9-1 this Saturday. We are 3 miles South of Jerome on Highway 93.

August 14, 2021

by Ana Harrop, August 12, 2021


Each week during the summer, brings something new to celebrate.

This week is National Farmers Market Week. The Idaho State Potato Commission has sent gifts just for you.  

Peaches, cucumbers, cantaloupe, honeydew, green beans, and much more will be at the market. 

We have some outstanding vendors with home decorations, baby blankets, doilies, and toys.

Kulm's sweet corn will be on time and at the market this Saturday. We apologize for the delay of last week. Bring your bags and load up. It's tasty, sweet, and wonderful.

Enjoy the Jerome County Fair this week and come and see us Saturday. 

We are open 9-1 at the Mountain View Barn, 3 miles South of Jerome on Highway 93.

It is an excellent time for family outings. 

Photo credit: David Bartholomew 

August 7, 2021

by Ana Harrop, August 04, 2021

 The month of August begins with a bang!

This Saturday at the Jerome Farmers Market is the Sunflower Festival.

Bring your bestie and explore the talents of the valley. There will be much fun to be had and marvelous things to buy.

We will have: early Elberta peaches, Kulm sweet corn on the cob, cucumbers, squash, cantaloupe, potatoes, onions, and much more.

Take home a beautiful bouquet of sunflowers to brighten your table and home. They come in a spectacular variety of colors. 

Visit Lisa and Linda for amazing breads and gourmet treats. Pick up some enchiladas or tamales for supper. Take time to visit the wonderful vendors. 

Once again, Moss Greenhouse will bring trailers of flower baskets to clearance. 

The lemonade will be out just for you. 

We are open from 9-1 at the Mountain View Barn, 3 miles South of Jerome on Highway 93.

We'll see you soon!