We visited yesterday on Mother's Day. Acres of fruit & vegetable trees; be prepared to walk a lot. The sampling table at the welcome center and the tram tour are musts as a starting point. Our guide (blonde hair, male) was excellent! Will be of special interest to gardeners in South FL trying to figure out what variety of mangoes to plant as you're able to sample any that have fallen on the ground. I ate way too many- bring lots of wet wipes! Had my first taste of Florida raspberries, discovered I liked white sapodilla, canistel/eggfruit and star apple but not jackfruit! Lychees weren't quite ripe - will be ready in 2 weeks. After the tour we ate lunch at the little restaurant next door and instead had a delicious lychee drink to console myself. Saw green lizards and iguanas sunning themselvses. If you have children or non-gardeners it may be better to come on a festival day when there's lots more to see.
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