The Arizona Chapter of the
California Rare Fruit Growers
Is pleased to host the
2001 FESTIVAL OF FRUIT
"BRAVA LA GUAVA"
Yes!! Guavas are very ornamental and will easily fruit here in the
Phoenix Metro area. They keep their leaves year round and can be grown as
a bush or a small tree.
Bruce Livinston, Renowned Tropical Fruit Explorer and Educator will be
the Keynote Speaker of this event. His subject will be New Fruiting
Plants of the Tropics. Visit him on the web at www.tropfruit.com
You are invited to come and learn from the experts about Guavas,
Avocados, Papayas, Mangos, Pineapples and many other unusual tropical and
subtropical fruiting plants that flourish here in the desert.
The 2001 Festival of Fruit will be held
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13th & 14th
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY
DON'T MISS IT!!!!!
For information, call Ron Millet at (480) 503-0539 or e-mail me at
Arizona Chapter meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of each month
at the Maricopa County Cooperative Extension Service office
located at 4341 E. Broadway Rd, Phoenix Arizona
Official web site of the California Rare Fruit Growers at: www.crfg.org
Webster for Festival Information, maps, registration forms at
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