I need to get the Tiger bark Ficus photographed before the December auction and I’m getting the last of the tropical seedlings potted up and indoors before tonight’s cold weather hits!
I’ll be potting up my Date Palms, Almonds and Ginkgo seedlings.
For previous videos of the Toronto Bonsai Society’s Auction Ficus, click on the playlist here…
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