BEST EDIBLE PLANTS
The tastiest spot in the nation, let alone Miami, is a 35-acre public park in the heart of the Redland. Fruit and Spice Park has been tempting the palates of adventurous locals for 60 years with more than 500 varieties of exotic edible plants. Lychee, sapodilla, Malay apple, paradise nut, and carambola (star apple) are just a few of the treats to gnaw on during a visit. If gardening or crafts are more your speed, there are numerous workshops and festivals scattered throughout the year. This is also the spot to spend some time meditating in luscious groves.
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