Saturday, March 26, 2011

Woodstock IV approaching, 200 new trees have arrived

More than 200 new trees at Nature's Way Nursery

More than 200 new trees have arrived at Nature's Way Nursery in Harrisburg, Pa. As every year some outstanding world class collected trees will be new. Great care was taken to be able to offer more trees for folks who don't want to spend big money but still want a very good collected American tree. The majority of the new trees is in this range. Prices go from US$ 50 to 300, 400, 500 for most trees. Main species are Ponderosa pines, Egelman spruce, Rocky Mountain Juniper, Japanese larch, KIOHIME Japanese maple.
If you are searching for affordable very good material you should be able to find something in all instances. You can sign up for Woodstock IV as member or lurker, but you can also just come as a visitor. I will be around from Wednedsay, March 30 to Wednesday, April 6 to help you finding something.
Private sessions can be arranged.

There are still seats available for Woodstock IV.  It will take place on Friday/Saturday/Sunday April 1/2/3, 2011 at  Nature's Way Nursery. Starting Friday April 1 9:30 to 5 pm. Saturday 9:30 to 5 and Sunday 10 to 4. Monday will be the special Specimen Juniper workshop at $280 and observers $40 We will have more than 200 new collected trees  available.
JD will  hold a workshop with Japanese maples KIYOHIME.
If you are excited already you can call Jim Doyle directly now under   1-717-545-4555 to register before the places are filled.

It will be possible to participate as
- full member two days
- full member  one day
- silent observer for a fee one or two days
- lurker for free for 20 to 30 minutes to see what's going on and to decide whether you want to participate immediately or later

I look forward to see you next weekend.

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