It’s been a strange winter – hot, cold, cold and then hot.

But get ready for what we hope is a super spring, and what better way to do so than to attend our annual Citrus seminar. It is on Saturday, March 2 beginning at 10:30 a.m. to noon.

This year it’ll be taught by Mark Loghry, who is from Sunset Citrus Nursery in Yuma.

He is a 4th generation citrus grower. He is vice president of the Yuma County Farm Bureau, on the Yuma county citrus pest control board, was appointed by the governor to the AZ citrus research council board and helped create the Arizona clean citrus stock program.

The seminar will help:

  • Select the right citrus for your needs
  • Care, prune and fertilize the plant
  • Whether a container plant is best or not
  • Help correct ailments and avoid pests.
  • And so much more.

If you haven’t fed your citrus this year, please do. It should have happened on Valentine’s Day with the remaining schedule coming on Memorial Day weekend and Labor Day weekend.

When it’s all over we’ll have citrus-tasting from the many varieties we have here in the store. Come in and enjoy!