SIGC January Program – Growing Citrus Trees in the Lowcountry

 If you are curious about growing citrus plants and other semi-tropical fruits, do not miss the Seabrook Island Garden Club January Meeting and Program on Friday, January 14, 2022.

Our special guest will be Christopher Burtt, Urban Horticulture Extension Agent and Master Gardener Coordinator for Berkeley, Charleston, and Dorchester counties. Christopher’s wisdom and experience will help us to determine which citrus to grow, and how to grow them successfully in our area. Adding citrus trees to your yard or your container garden could be a very fruitful experience!

When and Where: Friday, January 14, at the Oyster Catcher Community Center
Members, please arrive at 9:30 am. A brief meeting will start at 9:45 and the special presentation begins at 10:00 am, and last approximately 45 minutes.

(Reminder – For SIPOA facilities, face masks are required for individuals in indoor settings where people will be gathered for periods longer than 15 minutes AND where 6 feet or more of separation cannot be maintained. Thank you for your cooperation.)

The ’21-22 Seabrook Island Garden Club focuses on those who have an active interest in horticulture and artistic design, community beautification, ecology and philanthropy.

The 2021-22 Seabrook Island Garden Club: Let’s talk some dirt!

-Submitted by Beth Wright, Seabrook Island Garden Club Publicity

(Image credit: SI Garden Club)