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Morning Readers, I'm working on a new eBook that will be released mid-year 2018 on Amazon. I've been tossing around different titles but haven't picked one yet. To get your interest up and ready for its release, here is an excerpt from my new book. I could hear the Red-Faced Warbler singing in the trees, … Continue reading New eBook coming soon
Bonsai Show March 24-25 Stop by the Gardens this weekend and learn more about the ancient Japanese art form that uses cultivation techniques to produce small trees in containers that mimic the shape and size of full trees. This is the annual exhibit by the Tucson Bonsai Society. Click here for more information...