Central Florida, excluding Orlando, is also part of the South. Before railroads and air conditioning nobody lived on the coast. You couldn’t raise citrus or cattle there.
The Panhandle, known affectionately as the Redneck Riviera, is where people from Georgia and Alabama vacation. It is on-season in the summer and off in the winter, because it gets chilly. In contrast, the southern part of the state is on-season in the winter and off in the summer, when it is too hot and the Yankees have no snow to escape.
In this one the Spanish moss, hanging from the tree, is the right color.
@f My son and daughter-in-law are moving from Tallahassee (North Florida, but really like south Ga. ) to Pembroke Pines (South Florida between Ft. Lauderdale and Miami). Quite a move in more ways than miles.