Mango and Subtropical Fruit Class Plus Tree & Fruit Sale

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Mango and Subtropical Fruit Class
Plus Tree & Fruit Sale

Saturday July 18 From 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Where:   Naples Botanical Garden

Buehler Auditorium

4820 Bayshore Drive

Naples, FL 34112

Cost is $15.00
Mon. – Fri. call NBG, 239-643-7275 to register.
Sat.& Sun. leave name, phone #, details at: awinkler@naplesgarden.org
No charge for NBG staff volunteers and UF/IFAS Master Gardeners

Learn about growing: Mango, Grumichama, Jaboticoba, Avocado, Longan and more! Speakers will cover pests, cultural practices and tricks of the trade to successfully grow different types of fruit you may have never even heard about! Then you’ll need your drool cup tasting samples of fruit you’ve probably never seen before!
Fruit &Tree Sale After Burds’ Learn about growing: Mango, Grumichama, Jaboticoba, Avocado, Longan and more! Speakers will cover pests, cultural practices and tricks of the trade to successfully grow different types of fruit you may have never even heard about! Then you’ll need your drool cup tasting samples of fruit you’ve probably never seen before!
Fruit & Tree Sale After Burds’ presentation.presentation. 

FEATURED PRESENTATIONS:

9:00 a.m. – 10:30 – Dr. Steve Brady“Growing Tropical Fruit at Home”
10:30 – 11:30 – David & Jenny Burd: “How to Grow Mangos”
11:30 – NoonTropical Fruit Tasting with the Burds
12:00 to 1:00 –  Plants for sale with Hopkins Tropical Fruit Nursery and tour of NBG tropical fruit collection.

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At the Naples Botanical Garden

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Remembering Frank DeNardis
Fruit Grower Extraordinaire
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If you have never seen this video of a visit to the late Frank DeNardis and his “Yard”–you are in for a real treat!

Wander with Doug and Helga Reynolds (Master Gardener) up and down the rows of gloriously healthy trees laden with tropical fruits and hear tips and quips from a MASTER, Master Fruit Grower.

http://youtu.be/LlP34WYmz8I

 

 

 

 

 

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Displaying Doug Caldwell, Ph.D.
AKA DR. DOUGBUG

Doug is the Commercial Landscape Horticulture Extension Educator and landscape entomologist with the University of Florida Collier County Extension.

Extension Service is an off-campus branch of the University of Florida, Institute of the Food and Agricultural Sciences [IFAS] and a department of the Public Services Division of Collier County government.

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Our mailing address is:

University of Florida | Collier County Extension

14700 Immokalee Road

Naples, Florida 34120