Wednesday, November 12, 2008

HIGH-HAND Japanese Maples & Walking Tour

Thank goodness for!

We’re in for some excellent weather this weekend: Sunshine. Highs in the mid 70s. Please don’t pass the meteorologist hat we’re much too awesome with plants. Which brings us directly to our topic: Saturday November 15th 10am-10:30am; 11am-11:30 am; 12noon-12:30pm.

We will be having three (read: 3), half-hour (read: half of 60-mintues) walking tours of the HIGH-HAND Nursery. The Japanese Maples are in their fall splendor. Heavy branches dripping with stunning yellow, gold, red, rosy orange and residual green - their colors are astonishing!

These half-hour tours will be entertaining, approach the Chinese origins of the Japanese maple and other noteworthy topics. How to appropriately prune, properly water, discover any deep depression signs and finally any individual and ongoing failures to grow less than 1 inch per year. These will be done on a case-by-case basis.

So, how do you get on the list for any one of these tours before they completely fill up? That, frankly, is a stumper (read: pun intended). There is no real way for us to force you - or anyone else- to RSVP by email to: However, it will be far better to RSVP via email ( should you like to attend than to not.

Again, we’re not advocating emailing your RSVP to; however, there is a good chance you may end up in one of our macramé classes being held at that same time if you don’t.

First 30 (per class) will be the first 30 (per class) served

…read, set, go.

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