Life on Florida’s West Coast

Florida Garden in March

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We have something growing all of the time down here in the subtropical climate of the Tampa Bay area of Florida.

This month is no different. The tomatoes are coming in nicely. The apples are seemingly always in all stages of apple-ness :) We have little new blossoms, flowering blossoms, and little ripe apples. They do not get big, but that is the variety. The naval orange tree has teeny tiny little fruit coming in. I have no idea why my blood oranges did not bloom this year.

The Meyer lemons are done for now. We have eaten the yummy lemons and I look forward to new blossoms.

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