Tuesday, November 1, 2011

'Winter with Walter and Jim' in Harrisburg, Dec. 2 and 3, 2011

Do you want to have a similar experience to the seminar in France? Winter with Walter and Jim will be held again from December 2 to December 3 at Nature's Way Nursery in Harrisburg, PA. Bonsai Academy with bring your own workshop.

Call Nature's Way Nursery (Jim Doyle) for more information and signing up:

(717) 545-4555

or write:

Nature's Way Nursery

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

It will be possible to purchase exquisite collected American material right then for everyone. You don't need to take part in the Bonsai Academy for that. There will be a special discount just on these days.
There are about 300 collected trees there. A few dozen are outright world class, many very good, all hand selected by myself. There are over 170 trees in the range from US$ 45 to 600, about 50 from 600 to 1,500. Everybody can find himself a genuine American collected tree.
They give guarantee for recently collected stuff as long as you leave it in the nursery - money back or credit in case the tree did not make it. There are over 100 collected trees which are very well established and can be worked on right away.

I am not aware whether there is a nursery in all of  America which has such a lot quality collected stuff to offer. East of the Rockies Nature's Way Nursery is THE source for quality collected trees.

In spring of 2012 there will be about 150 or more new trees again. Woodstock April 2 there will be tow workshops again, one with ponderosa pines.

I look forward to see you all there.

2 comments:

tmmason10 said...

Walter for these academies do you prefer people with more experience or beginners?

Walter Pall said...

Please, no beginners. Experienced advanced, very andvanced, experts, masters, world class all welcome. But please no outright beginners.