What more you could want?
fruits and veggies

It's our season's last hurrah!
Pinecrest Farmers Market
in the Pinecrest Gardens parking lot under the banyan trees
on Killian Dr (SW 112th St) and Red Road (57th Ave)
Village of Pinecrest, FL
Sundays from 9am-2pm
Please Bring Your Own Bags 
 Mother Earth will thank you, and so will we.

Come to Pinecrest Gardens, enjoy the Earth Day activities, and shop at the market too!

At our booth this week...
look for us behind the decorated burlap sunscreens

Summer's coming and the winter crops are quickly winding down. This week is our last full-blown tent spread of the season. Starting next week, we'll be in compressed summer mode, with just 2 tents. While we'll still have a lot of great goodies, you'll be seeing a lot less of the winter greens and veggies. Fruits are transitioning too, with berries slowing down, and new fruit like white sapote starting. Our early avocados are still a couple of months away, but we're expecting mangos soon, and lychees in 4- weeks.

We're STILL BERRY MAD, but we can't keep it up! 
Everbearing and starnda Mulberries
Mysore Raspberries

Salad basics
Farm Salad Mix (lettuces, assorted greens) 
head lettuces
 (they're not from Ari-zone-a, they're from our own-a-zona!) 
arugula,  escarole,  endive
baby sunflower greens, baby broccoli greens

Tired of same old salad  every week? This week, try baby tatsoi - great raw or lightly cooked.

Savory herbs & spices
Dill, mint, cilantro, parsley, sage, garlic chives

Delicious greens & Veggies
French sorrel, dandelion greens, callaloo (it's good for you!) ,
Savoy and Purple cabbages,
collards, green and  black Lacinato kale,  chard
 Kohlrabi, Hakurei and Scarlet Queen turnips
Golden and Red beets
tender Asian and Italian eggplant
Brussel sprouts

French breakfast, Red round, and watermelon radishes
leeks, celery, fennel, scallions
spring onions and big sweet onions

  flavorful poblano and  jalapeƱo peppers
mild  and HOT Heirloom pepper mixes

Tomato Madness is over, so enjoy the last of the tomatoes

 Butternut squash
Jamaican pumpkin
yellow squash and zucchini

 Mamey sapote, Green sapote (exactly like a mini-mamey), and 
White sapote (aka "Redland pear")
Cas guava,  Red Custard Apple, gorgeous papayas

and a great selection of our dried  Fruits of Summer m ix,   or  "Better T han Candy!" individual single-fruit packs - try one or all.
    They make g reat party snacks.  Pure fruit - nothing added but love. 
WAR NING: they are deliciously addictive!

Homegrown herbal Teas
moringa, tulsi, lime basil

Salty seasonings:  Florida Keys Sea Salt, flavored salts, Gomasio,
amazing Moroccan-style preserved citrus

We have Rachel's Eggs (chicken) this week and every week throughout the summer, certified organic from our own happy hens

Other Assorted Goodies
Goat milk, labneh, kefir, and yogurt  from goats raised on organic feed in South Dade  [per Florida law: raw milk products are labeled for pet use only - not for human consumption]

and  Local Goat milk soaps
 Local raw farm honeys: our ever-popular Wildflower, seasonal rich AvocadoTropical Fruit and fresh harvest pollen (never dehydrated),
plus Palmetto, Orange Blossom, and Gallberry honeys from beekeeper friends in central and north Florida,  and  royal jelly
Local food cookbooks: Local Flavor (LAST COPY!)- recipes raised in the Florida Redland;   and, if you're overwhelmed by the variety of seasonal veggie & fruit choices we offer you -  Bounty From the Box: The CSA Farm Cookbook (signed by the author) is the book for you, chock full of information, recipes, farmer stories, and fun facts.

Come early for best selection!

We prefer not to introduce more new materials into the waste stream, no matter how eco-fr
iendly they claim to be. 
Please Bring Your Own Bags 
Mother Earth will thank you, and so will we.
Forgot yours, or need some? We have BHF nylon cinch bags for sale

We accept cash, local checks, credit/debit (VISA, MasterCard, Discover, AmEx), 
and SNAP/EBT  

Fresh Access Bucks doubles the value of your SNAP (food stamp) dollars for purchasing fresh Florida-grown fruits and vegetables  up to $40/day!  Shop with your tokens for SNAP-eligible food items, vegetable seeds and food plants from participating merchants throughout the market.
Support your local farmers by coming out to buy our fruits & veggies!  
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