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Penn State Extension: Peanuts, Ethiopean Tomatoes, and Jicamas

February 7, 2019 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Berks County Agricultural Center
Address: 1238 County Welfare Rd. Leesport, PA 19533

Penn State Extension: Peanuts, Ethiopean Tomatoes, and Jicamas – $10


What do peanuts, Ethiopean tomatoes, and jicamas have in common? All three edible plants can be grown in Berks County! Join us for Peanuts, Ethiopean Tomatoes, and Jicamas and become the talk of your neighborhood with these unusual plants growing in your garden.
 

Learn how to grow and use unusual fruit, vegetables, and herbs such as sweet potatoes, artichokes, cardoon, elephant ears, figs and Meyer lemons in your home garden!
 
This is not a Primex affiliated event. To sign up please visit extension.psu.edu/peanuts-ethiopean-tomatoes-and-jicamas.

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