Juniper Styling Workshop (Sunday, September 19, 2021)
We’ve spent the last year getting our remaining specimen procumbens junipers ready for this workshop. They are fantastic trees and they are finally ready to be styled for your collection.
In this workshop you’ll work with Phil Hobkirk to take the first step in transforming these beautiful trees.
Currently in grow pots, these trees have had a full season to regain their strength and acclimate to bonsai soil.
Phil will work with you on styling your trees that you’ll take home. He will walk you through creating jins and shari as well as wiring and the overall styling of the tree.
We aren’t likely to get procumbens junipers of this caliber for some time so don’t miss your chance.
What to Expect:
In this workshop you will receive one of six pot grown specimen junipers (pot grown and 15+ years old).
In the spirit of fairness, each tree will be assigned a number. When you arrive you will have the opportunity to select a number from a hat (or pot) and that number will indicate which tree you receive.
Not to worry though, all the trees we have made available are terrific!
The quality of the trees combined with Phil Hobkirk's instruction means that you will walk away from this class with a gem of a tree.
- Attendee Cost: $225 per student
- Duration: 10am – 4pm. Please arrive a few minutes early.
- Experienced instructor (Phil Hobkirk is a highly respected horticulturalist and bonsai artist)
- (1) Specimen Juniper - 15+ Years Old
- Bonsai tools, soil, and wire to use in class
- Bonsai Pot: Same as the tree, participants have color and shape preferences. It’s not included but we have thousands of pots to choose from.
Location: 914 S. Main Street, Bellingham, MA 02019 - Unless otherwise specified, all students should meet in the greenhouse labeled “Workshop”. It’s right behind our retail store – you won’t miss it.
Covid 19 - We are following all rules and regulations with regards Massachusetts requirements on Covid-19. The class sizes have been reduced to 8. Distancing and mask wearing will be followed.
Unlike previous years we will not be providing snacks and refreshments but feel free to bring your own.