Tropical Fruit Society to host annual sale on April 8

Nonprofit’s event to be held at Unitarian Universalist Church in Sarasota

Image from the society’s website

The Tropical Fruit Society of Sarasota will present its annual Fruit Tree and Herb Sale on Saturday, April 8, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the campus of Unitarian Universalist Church, the organization has announced.

The church is located at 3975 Fruitville Road in Sarasota.

No admission will be charged, the society points out, and ample free parking is available.

Among the items for sale will be avocados, bananas, papayas, mangos, dwarf mangos, blueberries, muscadines, passionfruit, pineapples, figs, starfruit, longans, loquats, lychees, macadamia nuts, peaches and persimmons, a flyer notes. Included in the offerings will be rare fruits such as atemoya, black sapote, canistel, jaboticaba, sapodilla and white sapote, the flyer adds.

Cash, checks, and credit and debit cards will be accepted, the flyer says.

The society is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit garden club, the release notes. “We provide a stellar monthly lecture series at the Sarasota Botanical Garden campus, plant mango trees for Habitat For Humanity homes, participate at local educational events and help to plant school gardens with the funds that you can help us to raise,” the release says.

For more information, visit the society’s website.