The last couple of weeks have brought more normal daytime and nighttime temperatures back to South Florida, along with some substantial rainfall. This has brought spring to the region, and with it, many plants have started to come out of their winter dormancy. Looking around the nursery, the Cochlospermum vitifolium(Buttercup Tree), Petrea volubilis var. albiflora (White Queen’s Wreath Vine), and Tabebuia chrysotricha (Yellow Trumpet Tree) are all blooming. We are also still harvesting vegetables which we grew this winter, such as tomatoes, kohlrabi, celery, onions, and calabaza or West Indian Pumpkin, a large winter squash (Cucurbita moschata), to name a few. As always, visitors are welcome to visit and stroll around the 10 acre nursery to see what we have to offer.