Join the RFVC of Broward County
Welcome to the wonderful world of rare tropical fruits and vegetables. With the help of friendly experts, and all of the information they have collected from worldwide sources, you will be able to start growing and picking these tropical delights right from your own trees. Learn about special growing techniques including the proper way to prune, fertilize and propagate new plants (i.e. grafting, air-layering, etc.)
Classes at 208:
February 20th- Saturday 10:00 AM: Fertilizer Class 101 by Murray Corman
Approximately 1 1/2 hours
Free for Members, $25 for non-members (or cost of membership)
SPECIAL VOTE REQUEST:
visit the Gallery of Growers and to vote for the RFVC entry. The voting period is from 03/31/16-04/18/16 and people can vote once per day, per garden.
Seeds of Change - Grant for the Raised Beds garden
Amazon Smile Link:
Please use this link go to the Amazon Smile page - it looks just like the regular Amazon home page, except at the top left of the page you will see Smile and " supporting (name of charity you elected)". Please type Rare Fruit and Vegetable Council of Broward County and select the club as your charity. Any items purchased must be made through this smile page for us to get the donations from Amazon. Please share with your family, friends, and co-workers who you know buy from Amazon.
2016 Annual Spring Sale-
APRIL 23rd, 24th and 30th
It's open to the public! The sale will be held at our 208 research garden. 5105 SW 208th Lane Southwest Ranches, FL 33332
Now is your chance to buy those rare fruit trees & vegetables that you've been looking for all year! Jams, Jellies, Breads & Local Honey featuring tropical fruits will also be available. Also available will be Fruit Tree Fertilizer.
Dates are Saturday, 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM & Sunday, 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
Cash, Checks and Mastercard & Visa Accepted.
Saturday & Wednesday workdays
If you have surplus tropical fruit or vegetable seeds, please bring them to our monthly meetings (labeled in a container or zip-loc bag) and give them to Barbara Mitchell or Letitia Suarez so we can make them available to other members.
Our educational programs are in collaboration with the Urban Horticulture Program of UF-IFAS/Broward County Extension.RFVC Flickr and Facebook
We now have a Flickr page and a Facebook page click on the banners to check out our new group pages.