Rare Fruit Growers of Tucson, Southern Arizona

Next Meeting

Growing Mulberry and Mandarin Melon Berry. Having these plants is like getting blackberries, raspberries and melons from trees. Share your experiences or come and ask questions.

Wednesday, March 21, 2018, 6:15-7:30 pm.

As usual, attendees are encouraged, but not required, to bring plants, seeds, fruits, snacks and beverages.

West Room
Tucson City Council Ward 6
3202 E 1st St, Tucson, AZ 85716

Please go to the back door (locked) and press the doorbell button - someone will come to let you in.

From Speedway Blvd:
Turn south onto Anderson Blvd (One block east of Country Club Rd — a Walgreen's is on the SE corner)
From Anderson Blvd go one block and turn left on 1st St
The Ward 6 building is on the SE corner of Anderson and 1st.
Park on 1st Street. Walk around to the entrance in back.

Meeting Topics Discussed in 2018
Jan Growing Figs

Meeting Topics Discussed in 2017
Sept Jelly Palm, Jujube, Pomegranate
May Cherry of the Rio Grande, Sweet Cherry, Surinam Cherry
Mar Growing Banana Plants
Jan Growing Avocados

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