Southern Arizona Rare Fruit Growers

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Growing eight species named "Cherry" – Barbados, Capulin, Choke, Jamaican, Rio Grande, Sand, Surinam, and Sweet. How they compare.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017 – 6:00 pm

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

East Room - Note room change
Tucson City Council Ward 6
3202 E 1st St, Tucson, AZ 85716
~ Please go in through the back door - the front will be locked

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.

Previous Meeting Topics in 2017
Growing Banana Plants
Growing Avocados

Dennis Evans info@gardenoracle.com

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