Tomatoes: In Search of the Perfect Tomato - Jessie Brock Community Center
Thursday, December 8, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM (EST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Tomatoes are the favorite vegetable in the home vegetable garden. Some like the taste, some like the unique shapes and colors and some like the challenge. Learn about the history of the tomato, what tomato varieties are best adapted to the Central Florida climate and how to best grow them.
$5.00 per household. Pre-Registration is required along with the non-refundable class fee.
Payment policy: Pre-registration is required along with the non-refundable class registration fee. All ticket sales are final, no refunds. If you prefer to pay by cash or check, please visit our office at 6021 S. Conway Rd. Orlando, FL 32812 from Monday – Friday from 8am-5pm. Call 407-254-9200 first to see if tickets are available for purchase.
Cancellation policy: Classes are subject to cancellation if a minimum number of attendees are not booked. If class is cancelled you will receive a notification, and a refund confirmation to the e-mail that is provided during the registration process. Refunds for class cancellations may take up to 30 days to process if registration fee is paid by cash or check.
When & Where
UF/IFAS Extension Service Orange County - - - Garden Florida !
Extension is a partnership between state, federal, and county governments to provide scientific knowledge and expertise to the public. The University of Florida (UF), together with Florida A&M University (FAMU), administers the Florida Cooperative Extension Service.
The University of Florida/IFAS Extension in Orange County is an educational institution providing unbiased, research-based information to the residents of Orange County, FL.
The Urban Horticulture program disseminates information about (1) residential horticulture including plant selection, lawn care, landscape design, plant problem diagnostics; (2) Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Principles, by encouraging residents to conserve and protect our water resources; and (3) other urban horticulture topics such as growing your own food in backyard and community garden settings and by presenting a variety of landscaping and gardening education programs including the Florida Master Gardener Volunteer Program.