Available Now – Farmer’s Pick ™ Produce, Boise, Idaho


Zucchini summer squashes have come into season. We pick our zucchini everyday and try to keep them under six inches in length, but we do miss a few and later in the season we offer giant size ones for making zucchini bread. Ever seen round zucchini? They are great for cutting in half, stuffing and baking. The scallop or patti-pan summer squash will come on a little later. Also, as our summer squash plants mature, we will offer squash blossoms for sale.

We are now open four days a week through October, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 10 am to 6 pm.

-Available Now-
  • Zucchini Summer Squash: $1.00/lb. for all varieties.
Zucchini Green : FarmStand in Boise, Idaho
Green Zucchini
Zucchini Yellow : FarmStand in Boise, Idaho
Yellow Zucchini
Zucchini Striped : FarmStand in Boise, Idaho
Striped Green Zucchini
Zucchini Round : FarmStand in Boise, Idaho
Round Green Zucchini
  • Broccoli: $2.50/lb. An Italian heirloom variety with tender branching stalks, similar to rapini.
Broccoli : FarmStand in Boise, Idaho
  • Chard: $2.75 a bunch
Chard : FarmStand in Boise, Idaho
  • Kale: $2.50 a bunch
Kale : FarmStand in Boise, Idaho
Kale ‘Siberian’
  • Mizzuna: $2.00 a head
Mizuna Mustard : FarmStand in Boise, Idaho
Mizuna Mustard Greens
Chives : FarmStand in Boise, Idaho
  • Grape Leaves: 5 each for $1.00
Grape Leaves : FarmStand in Boise, Idaho
Grape Leaves
  • Goat Cheese from Eden Creamery, Kuna-Idaho. Six varieties including Chevre, Labaneh, Feta, Farm Cheese, Gouda, Mancheggo.
Artisan Goat Cheeses sold at farm stand from Eden Creamery, Kuna-ID
Goat Cheese
  • Fresh chicken eggs raised by us here at Farmer’s Pick: $3.75 a dozen

  • Cut flower bouquets: $5.00. Black Eye Susan, Cone Flowers, Blanket Flowers, Hyssop, Hollyhock, Lavender, Sunflowers, Pink Yarrow, Scabiosia, and some Alliums to name a few.

Flowers 21 : FarmStand in Boise, Idaho

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Our beets are sizing up, Detroit Red, Cylindra, and Golden Beets. Carrots too. We planted twelve varieties of tomatoes this year, the plants are full of blooms and small green fruits so maybe in about three to four weeks we will have our first ripe tomatoes! We will start to harvest our garlic within the next couple of weeks… most of it will be hung to dry and cure for a month, but we will offer some “green” or uncured garlic for sale for those who can’t wait.

Until next time, peace.

Farmer's Pick ™