Welcome to the website of the California Rare Fruit Growers!
The California Rare Fruit Growers (CRFG) is the largest amateur fruit-growing organization in the world. We specialize in fruit not native to nor grown commercially in any given area; but our breadth of knowledge and experience covers the environmentally sound culture of any and all edible plants. What we have learned is exchanged on this website, in our magazine The Fruit Gardener, on field trips and at meetings of our 23 chapters (not all in California!). There we get to go face to face with noted international horticultural researchers, commercial growers, and representatives from institutions of higher learning… not to mention our passionate fellow hobbyists. In addition, we run the annual Festival of Fruit, have photography contests, grant college scholarships, and hold our famous scion exchanges. Come on in! The fruit is fine.
Check chapter sites for details.
Our prize winning magazine is published bi-monthly. This is our current issue.
…why not sign in to smile.amazon.com with your regular Amazon credentials and choose California Rare Fruit Growers as your designated charity? It doesn’t cost you a cent more and helps us give you more of what you joined us for (well, except for fruit exchanges and face to face meetings […]
Now a Wiki!
Now a Wiki!
Now a Wiki! (Come on, you know this is how you first found us)
Check out Kevin Hayakawa's videos on our YouTube Channel. Yes, we have entered the 21st century.