Growing Groceries: Healthy Pomegranates in Central Florida

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Growing Groceries: Healthy Pomegranates in Central Florida

Learn to grow your own pomegranates at the University of Florida Extension's Growing Groceries Workshop- includes 3 plants to get started!

By UF/IFAS Extension in Hernando County

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Tuesday, April 18 · 7 - 8am PDT



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Pomegranates are an exotic and delicious fruit that can add a unique flavor to any dish. While pomegranates are typically grown in arid regions of the world, they can also thrive in Central Florida's subtropical climate.

Learn how to grow these tropical fruits from University of Florida Extension in Hernando County and take home 3 ‘Salavatski’ pomegranate plants at our next Growing Groceries Workshop. The workshop will be given live on Zoom at 10:00am on April 18 and you can pick up your plants from our office or the Master Gardener Nursery during their Earth Day celebration on Saturday April 22. If you miss the live version of the class don’t worry, it will be recorded and everyone who registers will receive the link. There is a $20.00 charge for the class and attendance is limited to the first 42 people, but it’s simple:

• Register today here on Eventbrite.

• We will send you a link to the live workshop on Zoom before April 18.

• Tune in to the live workshop with all your questions on the 18th.

• If you can’t attend live, we’ll send you the link to the recording by the end of the day- watch as many times as you want.

• Stop by the Hernando County Master Gardener Nursery on Saturday April 22 between 8:00am and noon to pick up your 3 pomegranate plants and to help us celebrate Earth Day! The nursery is located at 19490 Oliver St., Brooksville, FL 34601

The University of Florida is committed to providing universal access to all of our events. For disability accommodations such as sign language interpreters and listening devices, please contact William Lester ( or 352-754-4433) at least 2 weeks in advance. Advance notice is necessary to arrange for some accessibility needs.

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