Rosy Tomorrows sold to longtime Southwest Florida entrepreneurs 

A cow next to a tree chewing grass.

Worthington Realty, Inc. is pleased to announce that they brokered the purchase of one of Southwest Florida’s favorite destinations, Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm in North Fort Myers. Broker Brian Rodgers represented the buyers. 

The 86-acre property was purchased by longtime entrepreneurs and Rosy Tomorrows customers Rodney and Stacey Poole, who will introduce the new concept, Blossom & Brie Farmside Dining & events in the near future. Named for its current residents, “Blossom” the donkey family matriarch and “Brie” the Jersey dairy cow, Blossom & Brie will continue the legacy of farm-side dining, special events and warm hospitality that has delighted guests for years. 

Rosy Tomorrows Heritage Farm was founded by Rose O’Dell King. Over a decade ago, O’Dell King, a former sheep farmer, French Culinary Institute trained chef, certified Sommelier, and food and wine columnist, wanted healthy, good quality food for her family. After searching for a year, she and her husband Gary King found the nearly 100 acres in North Fort Myers where Rosy Tomorrows currently sits. They decided that they could produce food organically, holistically, sustainably, humanely, and as close to nature as possible on that land and did so for the past 10 years. 

Worthington Realty has a nearly 35-year history in Southwest Florida’s real estate market and has earned a reputation for trustworthy leadership at Lexington Country Club in Fort Myers and an expanding list of surrounding communities, where its team serves homebuyers, renters and investors with specialized knowledge and expertise in residential sales, rentals and development. This was Worthington’s first commercial transaction. 


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Founded in 1989, Worthington Realty is a boutique real estate company specializing in residential sales, rentals and development, predominantly within Lexington Country Club in Fort

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