Fruit Trees Demystified - Seed Lending Library

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Downtown Hayward Library
Fremont Bank Foundation Community Room A (1/2 room)

Event Details

In this presentation, our first sponsored by the Seed Lending Library at the new downtown library, Ann Ralph shares a revolutionary approach to fruit tree care that’s perfect for backyard gardeners: winter prune for shape and summer prune to keep trees small and easy. You’ll learn about the simple logic of pruning, the benefit of creating short trees, and how to prune for short stature and easy harvest. The class includes information about seasonal routines and pest and disease control, with ample time allowed for questions.

Don't miss this opportunity to meet a luminary in the area of fruit tree care! Ann Ralph is the author of Grow a Little Fruit Tree. Publishers Weekly called the book "a thrilling read for the backyard farmer." Ms. Ralph is a fruit tree specialist with 20 years of nursery experience. She promotes a simple, artful, and commonsense approach. Her articles have appeared in the Edible East Bay. Bring your own copy for signing or purchase one at the event. Reserve your space at the lecture and reserve a copy of the book for purchase at the event (from Books on B). 


Event Type(s): Adult
Age Group(s): Teens (age 13-18), Adults and Teens (Age 14+)
Presenter: Ann Ralph
Emily Odza
(510) 293-7980

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