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Pruning Small Trees and Shrubs in the Japanese Tradition
October 22, 2015 - October 23, 2015
Central to the idea of a Japanese garden is the concept that a garden is never finished. Instead, it is fostered through care and pruning that is therapeutic for the tree, the landscape, as well as the pruner. The North American Japanese Garden Association (NAJGA) with host Sarah P. Duke Gardens, is bringing together nationally renowned pruning masters for two days of in-depth and interactive workshops. This is an opportunity to learn from nationally recognized experts in a rotation of small-group workshops. In addition, there will be lectures about garden history and the workings of a tree along with opportunities to learn and share information with other participants. For more info, please click here.
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