A free lecture on Tropical Fruit Trees for south Florida is being offered as part of the 7th installment of the Garden Talks Series hosted by the Acreage Branch Library. The public is invited to attend this educational opportunity. The class will take place on Saturday, July 20th from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM at the Acreage Branch Library in Loxahatchee.
You are invited to participate in a discussion with Dr. Chris Miller, UF/IFAS PBC Vegetable and Tropical Fruit Extension Agent, for a survey of tropical fruits for south Florida. Whether you want to have something tasty to eat that you grew yourself or add a unique specimen to your landscape, it is a great time to get fruit trees started in your yard. Join us and learn which temperate, tropical and sub-tropical fruit trees are suited for our region. We will discuss planting, maintenance and pest management of peaches, starfruit, mangoes, avocados, bananas, citrus, dragon fruit, guava, jackfruit, jaboticaba, longan, lychee, mulberry, papaya and more!
Whether you are a life-long resident, seasonal resident, or a new transplant to south Florida, the Garden Talks series is a great place to get useful and practical gardening advice.
No previous gardening experience or attendance is required.
Please pre-register for this FREE lecture by calling: 561-681-4100.
Date Saturday, July 20
Time 10:00 a.m. - Noon
Address: 15801 Orange Blvd, Loxahatchee, FL 33470
The Garden Talks series is an ongoing effort to share knowledge and sustain the existing enthusiasm for locally and home grown fruits, vegetables, and other edible plants. It features informative lectures from topical experts, hands-on demonstrations, interactive discussions, a seed-exchange, and tasting table. First-timers are welcomed and encouraged to attend.