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At SCI Cambridge Springs master gardener Valerie Walton and her team teach offenders at the prison how to garden. The garden prisoners have created provides lush produce, flowers and much more. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsContra Costa Master Gardener’s 2nd annual Sustainability Fair, Sept. 6 at Our Garden. #ourgardenMaster Gardeners’ Community Education GardenMaster Gardeners Visit AndalusiaPima County Master Gardeners 1/13/16NE. TN. Master GardenersMinnesota Master Gardeners: Research and Outreach

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  • What/where is this place?

  • Stacy Foster 1 year ago

    This is great! Would love to know who this guy is and how to get into his social media group.

  • Howard Villegas 1 year ago

    he's very well versed but he's kind of a dick. lol. good video.

  • Chef Matt 1 year ago

    Who is this guy and are there any more videos than the 9?

  • dne wls 1 year ago

    I enjoy how this guy trys hard to engage the people in this class.

  • Fritz Klopper 1 year ago

    The best learning video on bonsai I have seen yet. Realy learnt a lot . This guy has a great deal of knowlage and ten out of ten on his lecture.

  • llemon wire 1 year ago

    is that the spelling of NARROWED

  • Josh Hamon 1 year ago

    the guy giving the lesson is a shit head who talks to strangers like that especially ones who came to learn. i would've told his ass off

  • Clinton Grandy 1 year ago

    Praise the Lord for bonsai trees!

  • IdontCare OneBit 1 year ago

    Your analogy with yourself and the four year old was brilliant.

  • Allen Lichner 1 year ago

    Has anyone grown a bonsai pot plant

  • Neil M 1 year ago

    This is like a parenting class.

  • upplsuckimcool16 1 year ago

    guy is an asshole.

  • Michelle Lloyd 1 year ago

    I have just started out with bonsai , got one from garden centre and 2 cuttings. This is an interesting lecture ,I will be watching the others. The guy is great, I hope the others are even more informative, thanks for posting this.

  • Maswd Rana Sayem 1 year ago

    how are you , If anyone else has been searching how to look after bonsai it's worth considering – Banfan Amazing Bonsai Grower (should be on google have a look)? Ive heard some super things about it from my sister – just check out the photos – xcellent! 

  • Frank Dowlat 1 year ago

    I have not uploaded the rest of this series of Bonsai, did not have time, but will do so in a month or so, since people like it, if you raise your computer volume, you can hear the class well, i just tested it.   

    this video is several years old, i am not sure if i recorded his name, i will look for it, see if i find him introducing himself.  this guy was in Miami.

  • George Johnson 1 year ago

    Can't hear the class, quite annoying…………………..

  • Josue Ramirez 1 year ago

    This guy is awesome ( : three thumbs up!

  • Tom Weber 1 year ago

    Hello , I was wondering do you still do theses classes and where

  • KingLies 1 year ago

    A Bonsai to me represents wisdom, beauty and time. Bonsai is mono no aware; the pathos of things. It reflects both a transient gentle wistfulness at their passing as well as a longer, deeper gentle sadness about this state being the reality of life. They require care, attention and nurturing. Looking after a Bonsai will help you appreciate more than just the tree, but the needs of other people. As your Bonsai grows, so do you.