Early January was extremely cold in South Florida and quite a few of my plants were bothered by the frosty temperatures. Even though I attempted to cover quite a few of them, there was definite frost damage to some of the more tropical plants. However some of my plants seemed to have enjoyed the chill and are doing quite well now. All of my containerized citrus trees, Key lime, Persian lime and Meyer lemon are in full bloom and have already set some fruit. My mango tree is also in full bloom, hope to get fruit this year.
Ice Cream Mango
My square foot garden is also doing well, I've been harvesting radishes and lettuce is ready. I alternated planting so that the lettuce and spinach will be ready at different times and I am not overwhelmed with too much of any one thing.
Square Foot Garden
In my square foot garden I currently have growing: radishes, chives, two types of spinach and lettuce, cilantro, parsley, scallions, tomato, carrots, yellow onions and nasturium. All were started from seeds except the cilantro which was store bought and the scallions which were started from grocery store cuttings.