Key West Gumbo Limbo Tree
Nancy Klingener

Key West Gumbo Limbo Tree

The opportunities for gardening and landscaping in Key West are year-round, thanks to the subtropical climate. Many islanders choose native species, which thrive in the salty conditions and seasonal wet/dry cycles. The tree on the left, a gumbo limbo, is sometimes called the tourist tree because its bark resembles peeling sunburn.

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