High Yielding Fruit Trees – Part 3 – Planting A Food Forest Virtual Series
June 30, 2020
Fruit trees are the most rewarding component in a food forest. They provide shade, shelter for wildlife, and food for you. This class will teach you about which trees will do well in Central Florida AND produce incredibly large amounts of fruit. With careful selection, you will be able to stagger the fruiting time to have fresh fruit year round with enough to eat fresh, share with neighbors, and preserve for later.
After the live Zoom session, the recording will be sent out in case you couldn’t attend, or for you to reference later.
The last class in the Planting a Food Forest on a Shoestring Budget Class Series is:
July 7: Edible Florida Natives
These gardening classes are taught by Amanda Streets, a former elementary educator, school garden leader, and parent who uses nature as inspiration and a guide for learning.