On his website, Rick Harrison has a variety of suggestions for Florida gardeners, as well as helpful instructions for actually growing tomatoes. For beginners he suggests Celebrity tomatoes, Better Boy tomatoes and any variety of cherry tomato.
Homegrown Peppers has helpful information about growing peppers in Florida as well. It recommends growing hot peppers in the summer (so habaneros, scotch bonnets and bhut jolokia peppers) while bell peppers grow better in the cooler seasons.
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