Pinecrest Farmer's Market Opens for 2011

Real Estate Agent with ReMax Advance Realty

Pinecrest Farmer's Market at the Pinecrest Gardens

What an absolutely gorgeous day for the opening of the Pinecrest Farmer's Market at the Pinecrest Gardens! I woke up and it was a breezy 52 degrees, and when I arrived at the Farmer's Market, it was 62 degrees. And the location has changed this year. The market is at the back of the parking lot, in the shade! And it's much larger. The Market Company has done a phenomenal job of creating a true farmer's market! You could be anywhere USA!

Here are some of the things that caught my eye today.

 jackfruit      Organic Radishes                                                                                                  

 Dylan & Tyrone    





The first photo is an amazing Jack Fruit from Jourdan's Beautiful Food, the second photo is of organic radishes from from Pikaro's Bee Heaven Farms in the Redland and the guys in the photo are the Dylan & Tyrone who built my original garden, from which I have expanded. Dylan builds raised bed gardens and his company is called "Ready-to-Grow" Gardens. Tell him you saw him here if you contact him!

Well it's been such a gorgeous weekend, weather wise and all! My next blog will be about the Guacomole Festival at Schnebly's Winery in the Redland, which we visited yesterday!

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Lynn Cromer & Robin Parker are real estate sales and marketing professionals for Coldwell Banker in beautiful Pinecrest, Florida. We have over 25 years of real estate experience!
For more information on Pinecrest, Florida or the communities of Coral Gables, Palmetto Bay and Coconut Grove, Lynn or Robin can be reached at 305-962-4068 for Lynn, at 305-546-0447 for Robin, or email us and visit us online at

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Melissa Zavala
Broadpoint Properties - Escondido, CA
Broker, Escondido Real Estate, San Diego County

I do not even know what a Jack fruit is. I need to leave my city more often.

Nov 07, 2010 08:06 AM #1
Lynn Cromer
ReMax Advance Realty - Miami, FL

Not to worry. I had never seen one either and they are grown right here in Miami! Delicious and amazing fruit! Probably grows in CA too!

Nov 07, 2010 08:10 AM #2
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