I went to the East Georgia Botanical Garden in Savannah, Georgia on the trip down to Florida. I was startled by a crop in the vegetable garden. Clearly it was cotton. I'd never seen a cotton plant. My picture has captured cotton that has been left on the plant over the winter, so we don't see the fluffy cellulose at its best. It remains a major crop world-wide.
Our next picture is one that we associate with Florida. It is a cypress tree reflecting in the water - a wonderful natural landscape within the botanical garden.
Finally, no garden is complete without a reference to the human element of structures and buildings. The warm colour of the wall gives us a sense of the backdrop we can expect in tropical gardens.