Found in the April edition of the Cornell Cooperative Extension Livingston County Gardening Gazette, there will be a talk on how to grow unusual fruits in your backyard. For people who like to grow their own food, this will be an interesting subject.
Unusual Fruits in the Backyard
April 17, 2019 | 6:30-8pm
CCE Ontario County, 480 North Main Street, Canandaigua, NY
You likely will not find these unusual fruits in the grocery store. So about the only way for you to enjoy their unique flavors is to grow them yourself. We are talking about hardy kiwi, pawpaws, mulberries, beach plums, buffalo berries, Nanking cherries, quinces, Juneberries, persimmons, aronia honeyberry, and more. Dr. Marvin Pritts, Professor, Cornell University School of Integrative Plant Science will talk about these unusual fruits and provide tips on the best way to grow them in your own backyard. Cost: $10/family. To register, call Nancy at
585-394-3977 x427 or email email@example.com with your name, address, and phone number.