The Theiss Family has been producing vegetables and other farm and ranch products for over 158 years in Harris County, selling these products to the people of this community, Houston area, as well as Harris and surrounding counties. We plan to continue this family tradition, thanks to you, our friends and customers.
The main location of Theiss Farms Market began in the late 1970’s as a little stand under a shade tree selling homegrown tomatoes to friends and neighbors. In June of 1985, a new market was opened and continued selling the same homegrown tomatoes along with many other homegrown items, including a sweet corn called Summer Sweet, “The best tasting sweet corn in Texas!”We remodeled in 2004 and a restaurant was added along side of the market. It is still in the same location, behind the HEB store off of Stuebner Airline just north of Louetta in Klein, Texas. We still sell our homegrown tomatoes and our summer sweet corn along with a wide variety of fresh fruits and other home grown vegetables raised on our own farm.
In 1998, our second location was opened. It also started out under a shade tree. It was opened by the farmer's daughter and her husband, Mike and Stacey (Theiss) Watthuber. They sold the same great homegrown produce out of a trailer off of Sawdust Road in The Woodlands, Texas on the weekends. In 2004, they opened 7 days a week and expanded the market carrying a larger selection of fresh fruits and homegrown vegetables as well as home made items, such as jellies, jams, and pickles. In 2008, they relocated to 2008 Rayford Road.
We are not certified organic. We use pesticides minimally and on an as need basis. There may times when our produce is not sprayed at all.
The Stuebner location is open through April- August, while the Rayford location is open March- October, and reopens for Christmas trees during the holidays.
Yes, during our seasons, the Stuebner locations hours are M-Th 10:00-6:00, F - Sat, 9-6, Sun 10-5. Rayford locations hours are M-S 10:00-6:00 Sun. 11:00-5:00.
We carry a large selection of produce in which we do not all grow. Our homegrown stuff is clearly marked and we are very proud of it, we also source out to other texas produce vendors when when we can, and we also source out all over the United States and other countries.
No, only the Rayford location carries plants. They carry a wide selection including hanging baskets, fruit trees, and potted plants. We are adding more to our selection every year as we continue to grow.
The TM Fresh pick program is currently on hold until further notice. Sorry for any inconvenience!