by Ana Harrop, October 09, 2023

 This Saturday is our final market day for the season! It is our Hogwarts Harvest Festival Extraordinaire! Bring your family and friends, enjoy the day and make some memories. The hours are extended from 9-2.

There will be produce and many talented vendors to visit. Come ride with the Clyde's, visit Diagon Alley, have a wonderful lunch and play The Amazing Race with us. A costume parade begins at 10:00. There will be butterbeer, Olivanders Wands, Witchy Boutique, potions, pumpkins and so much more. 

The final question for the Trader Joe's gift bag is, "How many ways are there to commit a foul while playing quidditch?" If you have missed our other clues, go back a few posts to see the questions on previous posts. The first person to come with complete answers to Greengotts Bank will win. Quidditch tryouts begin at noon. 

We are located at the Mountain View Barn 3 miles South of Jerome on Highway 93. We will see you soon!


by Ana Harrop, October 05, 2023

 This Saturday, is the last regular market day for the year. Next Saturday the 14th, will be the Hogwarts Festival Extraordinaire. There will still be produce at both events and a whole lot of pumpkins and squash to load up and take home. 

The weather looks to be gorgeous so come out and take advantage of the bounty offered. All remaining honey, soaps, and mustards are available to first come, first serve. Melons, apples, berries and much more are on hand. 

The 3rd question question for the chance to win a Trader Joe's gift bag is: "What is special about Greenhouse 3 at Hogwarts?" Next will be the final question.

We are open from 9-1 at The Mountain View Barn. 3 miles South of Jerome on Highway 93. We'll see you for fall fun!

by Ana Harrop, September 28, 2023

 This Saturday will be a cool, possibly wet, and a very real fall day.

At the Jerome Farmers Market, you can find comfort food, warm blankets, warm meals, and wonderful friends. We will bring hot chocolate and do everything to keep you cozy and comfortable. 

We have a gorgeous selection of pumpkins, and squash. Our tables are loaded with peppers, potatoes, berries and so much more. Stock up on honey, soaps, and begin holiday shopping. 

Our second question for the Harvest Festival this week is, "What other purpose does a Patronus have other than running off dementors?"

Our Harvest Festival is gearing up for October 14th. We are open from 9-1 and are located at The Mountain View Barn on Highway 93, 3 miles south of Jerome. Pop in and say good morning!

by Ana Harrop, September 21, 2023

 This week promises to be "Fall Like." If there ever is a time for vegetable soups, bisques, homemade rolls and pies, this is it. You can pick up every single ingredient you need at the Jerome Farmers Market. Create hearty meals that warm your body and soul that can help provide a close family tie. You can decorate for fall with the assortment of pumpkins, gourds, and squash. They are spectacular this year. 

We have 4 weeks of the market left. The Festival is called Hogwarts Festival Extraordinaire.  Answering the 4 clues in order at Greengotts will win you a nice gift basket from Trader Joes. There will be one question each coming week. What is the password to get into Professor Dumbledore's office? The first person to answer all 4 correctly will be the winner. 

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

by Ana Harrop, September 12, 2023

 This Saturday marks the mid point of September and we are having a Welcome to Fall Party! There will be alien gourds, many types of squashes, blue, pink, yellow, white, and orange pumpkins of all sizes and shapes. You can still pick up sweet watermelon, peppers, and tomatoes. It's a rich time of year with the yields from the gardens.

The Civic Club will be joining us with their fabulous pies, fudge and yummy treats. You can pick up fresh tamales and find breakfast and lunch with us. We will the invitations for the Harvest Festival on October 14th.

Look for the Market on the South side of the Barn. We will be right inside the entrance of the property. We are open from 9-1 and are located 3 miles South of Jerome on Highway 93. It's never to early to start decorating for fall.

by Ana Harrop, September 05, 2023

 Something tells me that this month is going to fly by. We're beginning to have more fruits and fall products. The tomatoes are growing well as as the carrots and beets. You just have to come and see what's on the tables. Watermelon are very sweet and prolific. Gold, red, and blackberries and strawberries are ready. Think about beautiful jams for Christmas gifts. Hot peppers, making for salsa, spaghetti sauce, a tomato soup are available. Fresh artisan bread is wonderful to pair with your soups and stews. Everything we sell has a purpose to benefit your meals, and satisfies your appetites. 

 With cooler weather coming on, you need to check out Nancy and Shana Jackson's booth. They have the most wonderful hand warmers with rich seasonal colors. Come and see us this Saturday. You'll definitely be glad you did. We are open from 9-1 and are located at the Mountain View Barn 3 miles South of Jerome on Highway 93. 

by Ana Harrop, August 31, 2023

 Welcome to September! This is the month of preparing for winter. The cucumbers are on, the tomatoes, and peppers are ready for canning, salsa, sauces, and eating fresh. The eggplants are just right for various filling dishes. Peaches, pears, apples and berries are available for canning and jams. It is definitely time to preserve food for the upcoming winter months ahead. Winter squash is making its appearance and more is on the way. 

As the temperatures fluctuate, you know the seasons will be changing. Get your honey, soaps, blankets, and books to read. It's not too early to begin holiday gift shopping while the selection is good. We are located at the Mountain View Barn 3 miles South of Jerome on Highway 93. Come between 9-1 and enjoy breakfast or lunch. We'll have the lemonade out for you. 

by Ana Harrop, August 24, 2023

 We are coming up on the last market for August. It's an adventure to go out in the gardens and discover what is growing and ready to harvest. They are loaded with melons, cucumbers, many kinds of squash, peppers, and so much more. The weather should be lovely for Saturday. Come early for the best selection. 

Now is the time to pick up blankets for early fall. There are one of a kind gifts for Christmas, camo tie dye shirts for the guys, and so much more. Search the vendors for all your needs.

It's an exciting time to come to the market, we are at the Mountain View Barn, 3 mile South of Jerome on Highway 93. We will see you this weekend.

by Ana Harrop, August 15, 2023

 The Jerome Famers Market is so busy. We have an abundance of cucumbers and cantaloupe, both are tasty. Did you know that cucumbers are 90% water, they are known to dissolve kidney stones, are anti cancerous, heal stomach ulcers, regulate blood pressure, rehydrate the bod, relive headaches and promote healthy skin? 

Now is the time of year to stock up on fresh vegetables and fruits When it's hot, these things are a gift, pure and simple. We work hard to bring the best and freshest produce possible to you. You can eat all you want. Our prices are more than fair and we are a feel good market. 

You'll find us 3 miles South of Jerome on Highway 93. We look forward to seeing you. 

by Ana Harrop, August 09, 2023

 With the Jerome County Fair this week, and preperations of getting kiddos ready for school. Everyone is so busy. Before you lose the day, carve out a little time on Saturday to come to the Jerome Farmers Market and pick up some great breads, pickles, veggies, and much more for your weekend meals. 

While you are at it, check out Pam's adorable tie dye clothes. They are bright, fun, and will make you happy. You can pick up baby blankets, milk, soaps, honey, pies, and jams. The Jerome Civic Club will be with us as well. They raise money to benefit the community. DMB Turning also raises money to help families who need help with medical issues. there are some excellent causes to invest in. We are all about people with heart. 

We are at the Mountain View Barn 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93. Our hours are 9-1 but come early for the best selection. As always, the lemonade will be waiting for you.

by Ana Harrop, August 02, 2023

Welcome to August! It will be a busy month. August begins Idaho Farmers Market Month. It's the perfect time to discover what your community has to offer. It's also the Sunflower Festival where you can bring your besties and come enjoy the day. Pick up gorgeous stems of sunflowers, meet our growers and artisans. Treat yourself to a pancake or breakfast nacho. Sweet watermelon will be arriving. Peruse the vendors wares, and spend the time relishing the summer day. 

You need to meet Abby Dinning from Lavender Hollow with her amazing flower bouquets. Come early for best produce selection and have a peach lemonade. We are located at the Mountain View Barn 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93. Come from 9-1 and have a day of shopping and fun.

by Ana Harrop, July 26, 2023

 Here we are already at the last market in July. This summer is going fast! As warm as it's been, produce has finally really come on. Green beans, cucumbers the first spaghetti squash, carrots, beets, and on and on. However, what's really exciting is that the shipment of Oregon blueberries and cherries will be there. If you are fruit hungry, here is your opportunity for yummy and healthy fruit! Stock up and freeze some for later in the summer.

Each week, things change and are added so you don't want to miss a Saturday. We are located at the Mountain View Barn 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93 and are opened from 9-1. We'll have the ice cold lemonade out for you.

by Ana Harrop, July 17, 2023

 This month is flying by. This week is going to be a market you will not want to miss. Besides Moss Greenhouse clearencing out plants and baskets we have been gifted with garden seeds, planting kits and pots. You don't want to miss these valuable freebies. 

Besides the broccoli and cabbage, the green beans and cucumbers will be making their first appearance this week. The carrots, beets, and potatoes move quickly, so come early. If you haven't tried it, you need to check out the breakfast nachos that will be offered this Saturday. They are goood!! We are keeping a close watch on the apricots and as soon as they are ready, we'll let you know. 

We are located at the Mountain View Barn 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93. Swing by from 9-1 and we will have lemonade. 

by Ana Harrop, July 10, 2023

 Hasn't it been an amazing summer? The heat is helping the vegetables grow fast. This week, the Jerome Farmers Market will have an abundance of broccoli, cabbage, potatoes, carrots and beets. 

You need to check out Linda Shewmaker's Twang Your Buds booth. She has the most unique gourmet picketed things you'll ever try. Sample 10 varieties of honey. You can get fresh milk, breads, doilies, bags, maple syrup and dyed clothing. Pick out a pie and a bottle of jam. There are treats for your dogs, gourds, and fertilizer for your gardens. 

Moss Greenhouse is clearancing out their greenhouses with screaming deals at the market. Freshen up your patios and porches. We are open from 9-1 on Saturdays and are located at the Mountain View Barn 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93.We'll have the lemonade out for you. 

by Ana Harrop, July 05, 2023

 This Saturday is going to be a fun day at the Jerome Farmers Market. We are having the lavender/herb festival. You will be able to sample many food items made with culinary lavender, smell different kinds to take home fresh lavender bundles. 

Moss Greenhouses will bring lavender plants and various herbs along with gorgeous flowers. The Jerome Civic Club will be there with fresh cherry pies in their lineup and jams and other delicacies. We will have a few more cherries and the gardens are beginning to wake to up. Yukon gold potatoes, red potatoes, zucchini, and much more will be available. You can find doggie treats, fishing lures, dried herbs, syrups, bread, honey, and bags. 

We are open from 9-1 and are located 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93 at the Mountain View Barn. Come by early to beat the heat. 

by Ana Harrop, June 26, 2023

 Join us this Saturday to welcome the month of July and prepare for your July 4th celebration. Once again, we will have fresh bing cherries, gorgeous strawberries and wonderful food for your holiday festivities. 

Did you know that you can now get an amazing pancake breakfast at the Jerome Farmers Market along with fried tamales? Having had both, I highly recommend them.  Moss Greenhouse will undoubtedly bring beautiful plants, herbs, and pots for your patio decorations. There are July decorations available to enhance your home and many, many surprising items to discover.

We are located 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93 at the Mountain View Barn. The hours are from 9-1. Come early for the best selection. It is forecasted to be warm, beat the heat, enjoy the lemonade and we will see you soon!

by Ana Harrop, June 20, 2023

 June markets are going by so quickly. Each week now, the produce will begin to pick up. We are bringing asparagus and possibly sweet cherries we will know by Thursday afternoon. With the cold snap this week, it may slow down just a touch. Moss Greenhouse will be back with fabulous baskets to clearance. It's always a party when they come!

Enjoy a delicious tamale, fresh milk, real maple syrup and meet some new vendors. Once again, we will be located right inside the entrance of the Mountain View Barn on the West side of the property. 

We are open from 9-1 this Saturday, and are located 3 miles South of Jerome on Highway 93. The lemonade stand will be out and we look forward to seeing you. 

by Ana Harrop, June 13, 2023

 This Saturday is forecasted to be a beautiful day. With Fathers Day around the corner, you'll want to stop in and find some amazing gifts for dad. For the barbequer, you can find beautiful cutting boards, for the fisherman, fishing flies, for the gourmet cook, delicious picked vegetables, jalapeno bread or sheepherders bread. A fantastic array of stone ground mustards are available. You will be able to find something special just for him!

This week, we are located on the southwest as soon as you drive in the parking lot. Moss Greenhouse will bring trailers of beautiful plants for your home and garden. Come early for the best selection.

We are open from 9-1 and are located 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93. Due to popular demand, we will have the lemonade stand back in business. We'll see you soon!

by Ana Harrop, June 05, 2023

 The Jerome Farmers Market has some of the most AMAZING vendors anywhere! Come and see us to get some fresh spring vegetables, tamales, herbs, beautiful bags and doilies, wool slippers and maple syrup. Amazing wood working products are available with furniture, turned bowls and cutting boards. 

The Jerome Civic Club will be their with their pies and wares. Moss' Greenhouse will bring trailers of fabulous flowers pots and plants. You really don't want to miss this and the excellent prices. We are a friendly and unique market with the kindest people ever. 

We are open Saturday from 9-1 and are located at the Mountain View Barn, 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93. We'll see you soon!

by Ana Harrop, May 29, 2023

 The time us upon us This Saturday, the Jerome Farmers Market is officially open for business! Many, many hours of preparation have gone into this venture. You can expect to find rhubarb, spinach, rainbow chard, fresh eggs, and much more. There will be 10 varieties of honey to choose from, homemade breads, jams, pickled items, cheese, milk, beef, gifts galore, and many treasures to find. 

Moss' Greenhouse will also start to clearance out geraniums and wagons of wonderful plant surprises.

 We can hardly wait! We are open from 9-1 and are located at the Mountain View Barn 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93. The official address is 392 East 300 South in Jerome. We'll see you soon!

by Ana Harrop, May 24, 2023

 In just a few short days, the Jerome Farmers Market will open at the Mountain View Barn 3 miles south of Jerome on Highway 93. Vendors have been busy preparing for a memorable season. We have many new vendors for you to meet and their products are amazing and wonderful. There will be fabulous returning vendors as well. The gardens have been planted since early April. The late spring has delayed some things but the vegetables are coming on. We will have many new products for you to try and experience. It will be so exciting. The market will be so exciting. The market will be open at 9 am on Saturday, June 3rd. Come see us, enjoy the reunion and meet some new amazing people. 


by Ana Harrop, March 25, 2023


As I watch out the windows and see birds busily building nests in the bird houses, the evidence of spring coming lifts my heart. It’s just a short matter of time when gardeners will be outside prepping the ground, cleaning the weeds and planting the spring gardens. Today, the last of my garden seeds arrived and I am so excited! March was a great month to “hole up,” make quilts, paint, and prepare product for the market. Every once in a while, a mild day peeks through giving a rush of things to come. Once the weather breaks, we are outside working to keep up with the weather. The house is pretty much on its own for several months. We run the planting in 2 sessions….the early spring and the later warmer weather. Many seeds have been started to give a jump start to the tomatoes, peppers, melons and many flowers. We are so blessed to live where we do and have seasons. The time for rest is ever bit as important as the time to be outside. 

To begin, the red and gold potatoes will go in. The radishes, beets, spinach, carrots, onions, bunching onions, shallots and lettuces will be planted. Next month, we will share what is next. It’s an exciting process and a very busy one. Until then…..enjoy the soft air and the smell of earth.

by Ana Harrop, January 04, 2023

Wishing you a wonderful and blessed 2023. We will be seeing you soon. Be safe this winter and enjoy this special time of year. It is our restful season for a month and then we will begin the preparation for the upcoming market season. Enjoy each day.