Orange County Rare Fruit Growers special presentation ‘Homesteading in the City’ with Jules Dervaes

WHEN: Tuesday, May 26 ( 7:30 PM – 9 PM)

WHERE: Orange County Fairgrounds, Costa Mesa

COST: Admission is FREE

Memorial Gardens Bldg. Parking in the Festival Field Lot   (SEE MAP)


  1. Michelle says:

    I’m so glad you’re back! I can’t wait to read all about what’s been happening around there. And that picture is great…everything looks so beautiful. I am envious. I can’t seem to get a handle on the dang earwigs around here. What do YOU guys do about pests? Help!

  2. Beegirl says:

    What a beautiful shot! Too bad I am in Pennsylvania, or I’d be there!!

  3. Brady says:

    I know, right? I’m in Utah and I keep thinking about moving to California or Florida so I can grow some of the more exotic fruit trees. I think it would be awesome to have outdoor citrus and pineapple guava… Maybe as I get more experience I will learn how to be successful with these plants in my current environment.

    I’ve been thinking about adding an atrium, maybe that’s the answer. 🙁

  4. Sue says:

    I have searched, but can’t find your granola recipe – where to look? Thanks! Sue

    P.S – Love everything you all do!!!!!!!

  5. Cathy G says:

    I came to the meeting and I liked what I heard! I have taken some of the same steps in my own home. I have fruit trees, front lawn has been removed and replaced with drought tolerant plants, a beehive and an organic vegetable garden. I am on “the path”. What you have done is very inspirational and is an admirable example of how we can all live. I look forward to coming on a visit when you open to tours. Thank you!

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