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First tomatoes of the season
Baby tomatoes, how splendid!


Kumquats If you're looking for your next fruit tree to grow in Key West, try a Kumquat. These magnificent small sized evergreen trees don't take up a lot of space, but they do produce a LOT of fruit during the winter months. And, the best of the fruit is actually the rind and not the very inside, though you can eat the entire fruit.

 

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