15 May 2012

Make and take home your own little tree


Make and Take Bonsai Class @ the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens

Saturday 19 May 2012 

10:00 AM



Make A Bonsai Class






Make and take home your own little tree as you learn the history and techniques of growing beautiful Bonsai with area expert Bill Pfeiffer. $40.00 per person must call to register (912) 921-5460.


Make A Portulacaria  Bonsai

Make A Bonsai Class


Make A Bonsai
Portulacaria afra – Dwarf Jade, 
the Elephant's Food or 
Spekboom "fat pork tree" in Afrikaans
Money Tree

Easy care succulent from South Africa.



Can easily be grown as a houseplant with adequate bright light. Drought tolerant. Chronic over watering can kill the plant. Can go for several years without repotting. But do let the soil dry out. Fertilize at one-third strength during the growing season. Prune by pinching or cutting above a pair of pads.


Make A Bonsai

Make A Bonsai

and take home
your own little tree
in a Mihwa Glazed Pot

 take home your own little tree

Begun in 1918 as a USDA plant introduction station, the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens at the Historic Bamboo Farm is today a part of the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension with the mission to provide education, public outreach and applied research in horticulture and environmental sciences. The Bamboo Farm and Coastal Gardens is located at the intersection of U. S. 17 South, going toward Richmond Hill, and Canebrake Road. The entrance is a quarter mile south of Walmart and a mile north of the Ogeechee River Bridge


and take your own little tree

your own little tree in a
Mihwa Glazed Pot

home your own Bonsai tree

take home your own little tree

Make your own Bonsai

your own tree

 A Bonsai in a
Mihwa Glazed Pot
Portulacaria afra 

Mihwa Glazed Pot

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