A Coral Gables group is collecting photos of unique and photogenic landscaping for a book on Miami-Dade gardens.
Just because the tomatoes stopped producing and the cilantro went to seed long ago doesn’t mean we can’t grow edibles in the summer in South Florida. In fact, there’s lots we can grow in the dead of summer. The key is looking to parts of the world with similar climates — very hot, humid and rainy summers. Surely some edible plants have evolved to live in such conditions.
New tool aims to be a weather forecaster for local property values.