Woodlawn Cemetery is near the Tampa Heights area. It was Tampa’s second cemetery, opened in 1888 after the city’s first cemetery, Oaklawn, was filled.
An interesting article that appeared in the former St. Petersburg Times described plans to reopen the cemetery for sales of burial plots. Woodlawn is operated by the city of Tampa.
The photo below shows a plate of fruit. I think they are kumquats, or possibly mangoes that haven’t ripened. I assume this has some significance but haven’t found any relevant information. I have read that a certain variety of kumquat plant symbolizes good luck in some Asian cultures. Maybe someone out there can shed some light?