You can still join. It will give you access to the members side of the website but getting together for meetings is the real key to getting better at bonsai. Nothing like hands on instruction with a great mentor.I assume we can still join? Is there a benefit of joining now vs when meetings are scheduled again?
Great group. You can be as involved as you want to be for sure. How long have you been in the valley?Yeah, I remember when I was a member of the Cascade Bonsai Society, way more info by attending. But, I’m a pretty quiet guy and prefer to be in the background. Definitely looking forward to meeting the locals though!
Have you ever worked/ repotted a common myrtle? I got one about 5 months ago in a grower pot. I would like to repot it and trim it a little bit.Good for you! Definitely a learning curve for bonsai in AZ. Sounds like you are headed in the right direction. Glad to help if I can. Let me know
I have not. We are getting close to repotting time. I will start next weekend. Basic repot rules would apply for taking it out of the grower pot I believe. Reduce the canopy a bit if you are going to do root work.Have you ever worked/ repotted a common myrtle? I got one about 5 months ago in a grower pot. I would like to repot it and trim it a little bit.
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