Proper Pruning of Fruit Trees in South Florida

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Proper Pruning of Fruit Trees in South Florida

Time: December 8, 2012 from 10am to 11:30am
Location: Mounts Botanical Garden
Event Type: lecture, gardening
Organized By: Mary Kate Leming
Latest Activity: Nov 27, 2012

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Cooperative Extension Service Offers

Free Residential Workshop

Proper Pruning of Fruit Trees in South Florida


Urban trees provide a sense of place, beauty, increased property value, shade, habitat for wildlife and energy savings.  In an urban environment, trees grow differently than in the forest and must be installed and cared for properly.  Proper tree care is important to maintaining urban trees’ value, safety, function and longevity in the landscape.


Fruit trees can be great additions to your landscape.  It is important to know that they require different care than ornamental and canopy trees.  Proper pruning and training is essential for fruit trees to yield optimal amounts of fruit. Learn about what can be grown here, as well as correct maintenance techniques in this upcoming workshop, the last in our series of nine unique tree care workshops. 


What:              Urban Forestry Workshop for Residents: Proper Pruning of Fruit Trees in South Florida

Where:            Cooperative Extension/IFAS

                       Mounts Auditorium

531 North Military Trail

West Palm Beach, FL  33415

Date:               Saturday, Dec. 8, 2012

Time:              10 - 11:30 a.m.

Cost:               Free

Registration:  Participants must call 561-233-1759 to register.


This program is made possible by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and the Florida Forest Service through the 2011 National Urban and Community Forestry Grant Program.

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