Citrus in Southern California:
Monday, December 14, 6PM - Zoom meeting!
A pictorial history of citrus in Southern California. Using antique photographs, citrus expert and horticultural historian John Clements will lead us on a tour of the places that made citrus famous in California and share stories of the people that made the citrus golden age happen. We will also discuss citrus varieties for our area and their cultivation.
Join in at 6 pm (PST) on zoom. Link to the live zoom meeting will be emailed to the membership a few weeks prior to the event. The meeting will be recorded and the recording will be uploaded to the San Diego Horticultural Society's YouTube channel the week following the live presentation for those who missed it or wish to see it again.
Previous Zoom Meetings
If you missed a zoom meeting or want to watch all or part of it again: Meetings recordings are now available via SDHS YouTube Channel, or use the links below.
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