The Squeeze on Citrus – Caring for Citrus in the Garden, presented by UC Master Gardeners Molly Wendt and Sierra Higgins
Growing citrus trees is incredibly rewarding, especially when you bite into a delicious slice of sweet, tangy fruit. Maybe oranges are your favorite citrus fruit, or maybe growing lemons is your cup of tea. Learn the basics of caring for citrus, whether existing trees or new. Learn how to select and buy healthy trees for your location and the best methods for planting, watering and feeding your tree. We will also cover pruning and protecting your tree from environmental elements, pests and diseases.
Enter the Fairgrounds from West 10th Street, between O and L Streets. As you head into the fairgrounds, before the roundabout take the first right into the Fairgrounds Administration parking lot.
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The second season for home horticultural classes and education at Mangini Garden, a demonstration garden project of the UC Master Gardener Program of Contra Costa County. Classes from April to November 2019.
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