Hello from Jim and Julie Sheppard, owners of Sheppard Fruit Wines. We started making wines at home as a hobby over 18 years ago, gleaning the abundance of wild and underutilized fruit in the area. Sheppard Fruit Winery is next to our home in southern Kootenai County, on Harrison Flats. Our non-grape varietal Fruit Wines have a diverse range of flavors and balance, that are inviting and fun. Try our Huckleberry, Raspberry, Elderberry, Pear, Rhubarb and Cranberry wines. Cheers!
Huckleberry, Raspberry, Elderberry, Pear, Rhubarb and Cranberry wines.
The Coeur d’Alene Coop offers a large variety of heirloom tomato and vegetable starts for your garden. We only sell heirloom varieties and choose types that are well suited to the growing conditions of northern Idaho–all have been test-grown in our own garden.
We have been a member of the Market since 2012 and you’ll find us at the Saturday and Wednesday markets from opening day through June.
The Coeur d’Alene Coop offers heirloom tomato and vegetable starts, early spring produce and eggs.
When you visit the market be sure to stop by and say hello to Phyllis & Gene at Wildflower Embroidery’s booth. Phyllis spends hours every week creating new embroidery designs in her Hayden Lake sewing room. We offer a variety of embroidered decorations, gifts and souvenirs – towels embellished with Idaho scenic designs and an ever growing assortment of beloved dogs and cats. Caps showing pride in Idaho cities and warm decorated vests and jackets add to the variety. We strive to continue adding new items and vary our inventory, but welcome suggestions and special requests from our customers.
Winifred Farms is a small, family farm in Post Falls, Idaho owned and operated by Adam and Kendra Boots. Our specialty is cut flowers and we grow a variety of old fashioned and heirloom blooms like zinnias, dahlias, larkspur, sunflowers, poppies, pansies, snapdragons and more. We have focused our attention on the most unique varieties and offer blooms from mid-May to mid-October with the best selection and varieties available beginning in late July. Our menu of available blooms changes daily over the season.
We believe that the best quality blooms come from healthy soil. We do not use pesticides or fungicides on our land and we follow organic growing practices. We raise our family and our food on this land and take pride in our approach to ethical farming. Our field provides a habitat for beneficial insects, a playground for our children and a backdrop of beauty in our lives.