An Alameda Garden: Small Space Orchards Presentation at UC Botanical Garden

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Small Space Orchards Presentation at UC Botanical Garden

Are you looking for ways to grow more varieties of fruit and get higher yields from your small garden? I'll be talking about exactly that topic tomorrow (Sunday, Sept. 16, 11:00) at the UC Botanical Garden. Get ideas for choosing, planting and training fruit trees in ways that will give you the most fruit in the least amount of space. The hour-long presentation will include time for questions and answers, and copies of my book, California Fruit and Vegetable Gardening, will be available for purchase afterward. Advance registration is required ($15; $10 for botanical garden members).

Remember, autumn is a great time to plant trees in the Bay Area, so if you're thinking about adding fruit trees, come find out how to do it right! 

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