January 2014 Events

 **California Rare Fruit Growers**

Santa Clara Valley Chapter

2014 SCION EXCHANGE

Everyone is invited free* to our annual event, featuring propagation material of fruiting plants and growing information not readily available at any price:

Saturday, 11 January 2014
11 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Where:            Prusch Park Multi-Cultural Center
@ 647 S. King Rd, San José, CA 95133

Scionwood:    Hundreds of different varieties of Pome (Apple and Pear), Stone fruit (Apricot, Peach, Plum, Nectarine, Cherry), Persimmon scions & more for grafting to your own backyard fruit trees.

Cuttings:         Fig, Berry, Pomegranate, Grape, etc. cuttings to propagate by rooting

Bring a Plastic Bag for your scions & labeling material. (Some grafting supplies will be available for sale)

Grafting Class/Demo @ 11:15 a.m. by Mstr Grafter, Jim Kern

Grafting Class/Demo @ 12:30 p.m. by Mstr Grafter, Bader Kudsi

 *Donations gratefully accepted at the door.

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Santa Clara Valley chapter of the California Rare Fruit Growers.
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5 Responses to January 2014 Events

  1. This will be my first year attempting this.
    Perhaps I will get lucky at the exchange and someone will have some Paw Paw scion I can buy. ;-]

    • scvcrfg says:

      I have not seen Paw Paw at the scion exchange, but maybe at the greenwood exchange in February…

      • Hoang Nguyen says:

        Is the greenwood scion exchange for public or only member? Where will it be? And what date will be for this year 2014?

      • scvcrfg says:

        The greenwood scion exchange will be February 8 following the speaker’s presentation. Non-members are welcome to attend the meeting. Please be aware of the warning to not bring citrus scions from home.

  2. Hoang Nguyen says:

    I wonder if anyone brings cherimoya scions for exchange. I would like to buy some. I have seedling cherimoya. Can I bring some for exchange different varieties?

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