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HAVE: Texas Rare Fruit Growers Club Meeting

Posted by katyrarefruitgrower 9a (txrarefruitgrowers@sbcglobal.net) on
Thu, Feb 25, 10 at 20:12

Texas Rare Fruit Growers Club
March 6th
Saturday afternoon @ 1:00 pm

Next meeting location:

Matt Family Orchard
21110 Bauer Hockley Road
Tomball, Texas 77377-5767
281 351-7676 Fruit Hot Line
www.mattfamilyorchard.com

As always I encourage everyone to bring anything extra they have to share. Plants, cuttings, seeds, fruit or even a recipe prepared with fruit or vegetables! If you don't have anything extra to bring please just come on any way! I always try to bring plenty of extra plants to share. I know some of you are new to this and don't have an extra 1000 seedlings sitting around! But I promise you if you come to our meetings we will work to fix that for you! Also if you have a Friend or neighbor that you think will enjoy our meetings please bring them along!

If you have any questions or concerns please let me know!

Thanks,

Ed Self
txrarefruitgrowers@sbcglobal.net
281-770-1450 cell


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RE: HAVE: Texas Rare Fruit Growers Club Meeting

I wish ya'll would share some of the things that you do at your meetings. I don't live close enough to attend but I would love to know a little bit about what kinds of rare fruits you have at your meetings. Cheryl


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RE: HAVE: Texas Rare Fruit Growers Club Meeting

Cheryl,

For more information check out our Texas Fruit Growers Club yahoo group.
Thanks,

Ed Self


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RE: HAVE: Texas Rare Fruit Growers Club Meeting

It's nice that one can read all the posts on it. On some groups you can't.


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