Monday, April 12, 2010

new trees have arrived in Harrisburg, Pa

300 new trees arrived at nature's way Nursery in Harrisburg, Pa. Together with those 100 which were there before this is arguably the most impressive offer of quality collected trees in the USA. Prices go from below 100 to way over 10,000 US$. Jim Doyle will price them very soon and they will be available almost immediately. Come and see for yourself. There are more than 100 quality trees in the range of 100 to 500 US$. Nobody will be able to say that they did not find anything for a reasonable price.
Beware: most trees are recently collected and cannot be worked on for a couple of years!!
Come and see for yourself!
Here just a few examples.

WOODSTOCK III

with Walter Pall & Jim Doyle
Join us again, or for the first time, for these intensive hands on sessions. You may bring one personal tree/day for refinement and also get to work on development of old collected Rocky Mt juniper, Ponderosa and Lodgepole pine, Engleman Spruce and Douglas fir. The Friday & Sunday session will begin with a demonstration.

Fee: $150/day, $400/3 days Observer: $35/day
Dates: Friday, April 23 - 9:30 am to 4 pm
Sat, April 24 - 9:30 am to 4 pm
Sun, April 25 - 10 am to 4 pm

Private sessions may be available on Thursday, April 22 and Monday, April 26

Around 300 very old and very good collected trees will b e available for sale. Jim Doyle will offer more than 150 trees collected trees (Ponderosa, Rocky Mountain Juniper, Engelman spruce, Douglas fir etc.) for prices between 50 and 300 US$. Nobody should go home without a collected tree. Of course, there are also very good to world class trees from 500 to 15,000. If you don't want to buy them, at least you want to look at them and see how we work with them.

Inquire directly with Jim Doyle: Nature's Way Nursery

If you want to see what happened last year follow this link and scroll down all the way: May 2009 Travelogues

4 comments:

NITSUJ said...

HI I just have A kinda urgent question My friend gave me a pretty young pine tree but some branches are to long I know how deciduous tree work but do not have a great understanding about pines... IF there is a branch that is to long FULL of pine needles but no bud or no branches is it okay to cut off the tip I have a picture http://img24.imageshack.us/img24/6774/img3967g.jpg the pic is safe.

Walter Pall said...

It is NOT OK to cut. There must be buds or branches back to the trunk where you cut. This does not work like broadleaved trees.
WP

AV said...

Is thee some post-purchase service for the fine yamadori?

Walter Pall said...

AV,

sure there is some service. Speak to Jim Doyle about this.

WP