The USF Botanical Garden
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The USF Botanical Garden is a nice place to visit at any time of year. During the Winter months there are citrus trees bearing fruit that you may pick and eat. At other times you may find bananas, and always you will find beautiful flowering plants. There is a rose garden, a tropical walkway, and a carnivorous-plant garden. Every time you visit, you will find a different set of plants in bloom. There is an exotic plant shop, for those of you who want to try growing some of the more exotic plants on your own. If you've never been there, give it a try. You can see the whole thing in about an hour.

Thanks to Sue Kho, who got the names from Mary the gardener at the botanical garden, we now have names for the previously unidentified plants: 1,5,11,12,17,19,23, and 24.

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