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Spring, first of two

Spring is definitely here. The orange jasmine [so called because it smell somewhat like orange blossoms] is blooming. All the citrus trees are blooming. The Surinam cherries are blooming. The Hong Kong orchid tree is blooming. The lychees and mangos and avocados are blooming. And, best of all, the fruit of the loquat [aka Japanese apricot] is ripening. I just picked a couple of dozen loquats to munch on through the evening. Life in Southwest Florida is good.

Island Jim
Southwest Florida
Zone 10

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