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Bonsai Made Easy Workshop
Spruce Up Your Fall Containers
What to Do in the Garden
Fall Potting Party
Upcoming Events

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Bonsai Made Easy Workshop
Sat. September 20, 2014 – 11:00 a.m.

Have you ever encountered a plant and wondered immediately about its Bonsai potential? The Tsugawa Bonsai team will help you refine your ideas and understand the qualities and traits to look for when selecting a plant for your next Bonsai project. You'll go home with a Bonsai-in-training and an enhanced ability to identify future Bonsai candidates. Observers are welcome, free of charge. Space is limited to 25 participants. Cost: $35 per participant, includes starter Bonsai plant and pot as well as potting supplies to complete your project.

Spruce Up Your Fall Containers
Sat. September 27, 2014 – 11:00 a.m.

Are your containers overgrown, out-of-hand or looking tired? It's time to rip out the old and plant something new! Our container professionals will share some ideas for the perfect plants to help keep your container gardens looking gorgeous through fall and into the winter months. Free.

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What to Do in the Garden in October
Sat. October 4, 2014 – 11:00 a.m.

Our monthly seminar on what should be done in the landscape and garden. The weather has settled into the cool and wet season, but frost is not a regular occurrence yet, so October continues to be an ideal time of year to plant trees and shrubs. It's also a good time to take lots of notes on your garden or landscape about what worked and what you'd like to change. Bring your notes with you and we'll try to help decipher them. Bring pictures and samples for our staff to look at during the Q & A portion. This is a regular seminar on the first Saturday of every month so remember to put us on your calendar! Free.*

Fall Potting Party
Sat. October 11, 2014 – 10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Hopefully you got to enjoy the fun of the first potting party of the 2014 season back in April, but if not, here's another chance! We provide the soil, fertilizer and hands-on assistance to help you create some gorgeous fall containers for your home. All you have to do is show up with containers and creativity – or choose from our selection of colorful containers here at the nursery. This will be an open house-style event so please come at any time from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Free** and open to the public. **Soil, fertilizer and hands-on assistance included in event. Fee dependent upon additional materials used.

Overwintering Your Bonsai
Sat. October 18, 2014 – 11:00 a.m.

Even though they are small, Bonsai need to experience a dormant period during the year just as larger trees do. This Bonsai seminar will help you prepare your miniature work-of-art for the winter months. Our staff will explain the best way to prepare and a variety of options for keeping your
Bonsai cozy when the temperature drops. Be sure to bring your Bonsai along! Free.

Pruning Ornamentals with Brian Tsugawa
Sat. October 25, 2014 - 11:00 a.m.

Many of us love Japanese maples and dwarf conifers for the beauty, elegance and strength they bring to the landscape. The Japanese maple exudes elegance in all seasons, with delicate leaves, fine fall color and lovely branch patterns. Dwarf conifers show their powerful structure and quiet beauty during winter. Simple pruning of both types of ornamentals can help maintain and enhance their natural forms. Join Brian Tsugawa as he shows you tips and techniques to get the most from your Japanese maples and dwarf conifers. Free.*

*Seating is limited. Please register ahead online or call
(360) 225-8750.
Most classes are 1-2 hours long and are FREE unless otherwise noted. Please check our website and email for updates. New classes will be posted as they are scheduled.

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