Fruit Trees for Beginners

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Fruit Trees for Beginners

August 20 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Woman holding apple in front of camera, orchard in background

This introductory lecture is ideal for beginners interested in where to get started with growing your own fruit trees (and shrubs) in your yards. Fruit trees not only provide us with food but with all of their flowers they also benefit our pollinator friends. Topics covered include: choosing your tree and where to plant it, pruning to encourage fruit, and ways to prevent and address common problems, such as pests and diseases.

This demonstration is for those wanting to grow fruit trees and don’t know where to start in the endless sea of information.

Click HERE to Register for this FREE event!

 

TRANSPORTATION

We encourage the use of active transportation such as walking or biking.

 

PARTNERS + FUNDERS

This lecture is delivered as part of Kitchener Public Library’s 85 Green Learning Garden in partnership with the Kitchener Master Gardeners and Reep Green Solutions. It is part of a series of workshops that are a companion to the City of Kitchener’s Sustainable Urban Forest Strategy, focused on increasing awareness and how to plant/care for trees.

 

PHOTO NOTICE

By your entry, you consent to the possibility of being included in the footage and to the purposes for which it may be used: to publicize the event taking place in this area and/or to promote Reep Green Solutions. Individual participants will not be identified without their consent. Reep Green Solutions has exclusive rights to and ownership of this multimedia footage. Speak with the staff/volunteers if you would like to opt-out of appearing in photo/video. Contact communications@reepgreen.ca if you have questions or concerns.

Venue

Kitchener Public Library – Main Branch
85 Queen Street North
Kitchener, Ontario N2H 2H1 Canada
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Website:
https://reepgreen.ca/venue/kitchener-public-library-main-branch/

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