Yes, they should bloom, Sherrie. I trust you have them in pots, as they are extremely cold-sensitive. Which may be a good thing, because their propensity for suckering could lead some to consider them invasive. Here's an old article from the Florida State Horticultural Society that you may find interesting:
Thank you for the very interesting article. No, they are not in pots. They looked bad after winter but came back quite nicely. Since I have 2 acres there is plenty of room for them.
You'll have to invite us over for a curry flavored with your own curry seeds.
When will I see seeds? All I see are leaves and flowers. Good idea Doug - you cook & I'll provide the seeds, leaves, flowers. Everyone on hometalk is welcome.
The seeds should replace the flowers. (But I don't know how this turned into me cooking!)
Douglas, I don't cook. I take care of wildlife, my dogs, fish, etc. No time for cooking. When I get curry seeds I will post it so I can find out what to do with them.
Use the leaves instead of the fruit and the curry will be more flavorful