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Rare Fruit Council Sale, West Palm Beach

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Argghh, I can't believe I'm going to miss this! And on my birthday! I leave for NYC Saturday morning -- will somebody PLEEEEEEASE pick me up some banana trees????

Gail Shepherd

Tropical Fruit Tree Sale / South Florida Fairgrounds (West Palm Beach)

On Saturday morning July 19th the members of Rare Fruit Council of Palm Beach County will fill the Agricultural Arena of the South Florida Fairgrounds with hundreds fruit trees plus many herb and spice plants. There is a large selection of mangos, avocados, bananas and citrus. Time 9:AM to 2:PM. Arrive early for the best selection.

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