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Portland Bonsai Village … a little closer now …

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Ta-da! The presentation Logo Portland Bonsai Village! And since we now have a logo (designed by Jane Pellicciotto) -and there is some vague reality to this idea, the nature time to tell a little more about what is planned for the people …

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for those new to the idea of ​​the Villa, is a group of professionals of bonsai in the area of ​​Portland, Oregon, rather like here and I want to share with others. More particularly, we would like to share our backyards, our art bonsai, our teaching and our love of community with you. And we have several ways to share that with you, all bound together by our visit to communities.

On a tour he is out on a large sheet of adventures as a kind of tour of the winery, but with great bonsai. Tours link nursery professional to another. You will have the opportunity to choose what studies or nurseries you will visit, and each can present your passport people to be sealed. You will then have several opportunities to buy something, take a short class, or just enjoy the bonsai. And then it was off to the next destination.

Who is a Villager? Some of our villagers are Michael Hagedorn, Ryan Neil, Randy Caballero, Telperion Farms, Dan Robinson, and the Pacific Rim Collection. There are more than 8 possible destinations bonsai in total at this time, and more are coming in the future. With so many options, the Village Tour can last an afternoon or three days.

Tours are available for established, such as during craftsmen Portland Cup Bonsai Exhibition dates as well as for small groups and private tours that can be organized throughout the calendar year. We hope to launch our first tours in spring 2013.

Read also:   The artisans Cup retrospective

That’s the short version! A much longer version will be online soon give details. In essence, we are trying to make its interactive, playful and meaningful bonsai experience. Hence Village Tours. Welcome!

This article was originally published on http://crataegus.com/2012/12/14/portland-bonsai-village-a-bit-closer-now/


Portland Bonsai Village … a little closer now …

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