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Growing Fruit Trees in a Small Space (HMNS)

These techniques will allow homeowners with the smallest urban lots to grow fruitful gardens of increased variety and beauty. This system, also known as high density orchard, enables the urban gardener to quadruple the variety of fruit they can grow without buying a single square foot of land. Maintenance is made easier by employing simple changes in the way home orchard management is approached. Practical and decorative techniques are included. Fruits covered include stone and pome fruits as well as tropical fruits and small bush fruits and berries. There are no refunds on classes.

Venue   Indoor
Credits  
StartDate   02/10/2018
StartTime   9:30am
EndDate   02/10/2018
EndTime   11:30am
Instructors   Angela Chandler
InstructorsBio   Angela Chandler is a life-long hobby gardener who holds Specialist Certifications in Plant Propagation, Entomology, Rainwater Harvesting, and Greenhouse Management. Angela tends a one-acre micro-homestead in Highlands, Texas.
Location   Houston Museum of Natural Science, Moran Conference Hall
Address   5555 Hermann Park Dr., Houston, TX 77030
Directions   There is paid parking attached to The Museum, or you can park in nearby parking lots or the street for free.


Price $30.00

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