There are still a few citrus to be had: Ruby Red Grapefruit, Valencia oranges, Sweet Lemon, and Kumquats.
The Macadamia nuts, white sapote, and the pomegranates are starting to swell on the trees.
The deciduous gingers are mostly all up and growing. Amorphophallus has shot out of the ground in the past couple of weeks.
In the garden I've pulled up the peas and stripped off any remaining pods to shell out and use in soup at a later date. The lettuce is also done for the season but the turnip greens are still going strong.
Quite a few pineapples are blooming and starting to develop fruit.
Since the hard freeze we had in January, the bananas are putting out pups like crazy!
The large stalks that didn't freeze back have leafed out and should be blooming within the next couple of months.
My Chestnut tree is blooming for the first time! I think the cold winter we had must have been good for it.
The butterfly garden is coming into full bloom. Gulf Fritillary butterflies are everywhere!
But where are all the Zebra Longwings? Usually my place is swarming with them.