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Growing Citrus in Houston & SE Texas(HMNS)

Citrus trees bear fruit abundantly and deliciously for many years. They are evergreens and have fragrant flowers, attract North America's largest butterfly and are a good bird habitat. Explore the types of citrus available, best varieties for flavor and production, how to obtain them and grow them and how to keep them alive during very bad freezes. Citrus can be purchased at the 18th Annual Urban Harvest Fruit Tree Sale on January13th and planted in mid-March after the last possible freeze. Free advise at Citrus Fest at Urban Harvest Eastside Farmers Market Sat 12/9 8am-12pm http://bit.ly/2hCL6m7

Venue   Indoor
StartDate   12/02/2017
StartTime   9:30 am
EndDate   12/02/2017
EndTime   11:30 am
Instructors   Bob Randall, PhD
InstructorsBio   Dr. Bob Randall taught anthropology in universities for 16 years while studying and researching ecological anthropology. He is one of eight Urban Harvest Co-founders and served as its Executive Director until retirement in 2008. He is the author of Year Round Vegetables, Fruits, and Flowers for Metro-Houston, 12th edition. He is active as a member of the Permaculture Guild of Houston, coordinates and teaches many of the Urban Harvest courses.
Location   Museum of Natural Science, Moran Conference Hall
Address   5555 Hermann Park Dr., Houston, TX 77030
Directions   There is paid parking ($20 with class ticket) in garage attached to The Museum, or you can park in nearby parking lots or on the street for free.
Hermann   Park parking lots in Red letters map: http://bit.ly/2zIVXSF

Price $30.00