Little tree art at Hidden Lake Gardens

. September 1, 2017.
bonsai-workshop

Horticulturist John Naka once said of the art of bonsai, “The object is not to make the tree look like a bonsai, but to make the bonsai look like a tree.” A deeply relaxing art, bonsai is also an intricate hobby. Learn from some of the best bonsai cultivators when Hidden Lake Gardens offers The Art of Bonsai. Area bonsai enthusiasts will have their own trees on display during the art exhibition Inspired by Bonsai, and vendors will be on hand to sell you your own miniature trees and accessories. Admission to the show is $3 per person. 11am-4pm. Sunday, September 17.

Hidden Lake Gardens
6214 Monroe Rd. | Tipton, MI
517-431-2060 | hiddenlakegardens.msu.edu 

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