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William N. Valavanis

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WARREN HILL BONSAI SALE
« on: March 07, 2013, 07:02 AM »
Warren Hill has had serious health problems and his bonsai will be sold on Saturday. Here is a message from Matt Berenberg:

ust a friendly reminder that due to health issues Warren Hill has authorized a sale of specimen trees, pre-bonsai and stock material at his Tree Haven School of Bonsai in Greenville, TN.
This sale is scheduled for this Saturday March 9th from 10 am till 6 pm.

All are welcome to attend.
 
This sale will include specimen material – one of a kind bonsai created by Warren during his 50+ years in bonsai, as well as stock material propagated and developed by Warren.
These are truly American bonsai masterpieces.
 
Images of some of the available Specimen trees can be seen on his web site:http://www.warrenhillbonsai.com/. Specimen trees include ponderosa pines, Japanese black pine , stewartia, wisteria, Chinese quince forest, Japanese and Trident maple forests and single tree specimens, hinoki forests, spruce forest on rock slab, hornbeam forests and single tree specimens, crepe myrtle, several outstanding root-over-rock specimens, and juniper specimens among others.
 
Stock trees including semi-styled and as well as untouched seed grown material are available. Trees on hand include: satsuki azaleas, Japanese maples, trident maples, root-over-rock material, boxwoods, shimpaku juniper, Tschi-Tschi gingko, tall Stewartia, pomegranate, princess persimmon, dwarf crepe myrtle, spruce, hinoki, hemlock, quince, cryptomeria, Caitlin elm, and Japanese and trident maple forests. This stock material can be used for upcoming workshops or grown and developed into future masterpieces.
Warren has spent the last decade propagating and developing this material and now it will be available to the public.

Don't miss this opportunity to own a tree grown and developed by one of Americas premier bonsai artists and teachers.
 
 
If you edit a club newsletter, maintain bonsai friends e-mail list, know of bonsai collectors or clubs that may be interested please share this announcement.
If you cannot attend but have interest in owning one or more of these trees please contact Matt or Tim.

 
Terms:

All trees will be priced (A price list will be available the day of the sale)
Cash or check day of sale
prices will range from $25-$20,000



Info:         Matt Berenberg ---mattberenberg@yahoo.com
                   Tim Weckman ---tj.weckman@yahoo.com
 

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Re: WARREN HILL BONSAI SALE
« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2013, 07:49 AM »
First, and most important, I pray Warren does get better. Met him in 2010 at the MABK in Gray, TN. Wonderful man. Second, wish I could be there. Not travelling through, or near, there until next Monday or Tuesday on my way to SC. I do have 2 viewing stones from Warren's collection he donated to the auction at the MABK show. And me being a rock collector also, I am very proud to own them :)
 

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Re: WARREN HILL BONSAI SALE
« Reply #2 on: March 07, 2013, 10:46 AM »
I am sad to hear this. I remember Warren when he was at the National Arboretum. Great guy. Knowledgeable and funny.
 

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Re: WARREN HILL BONSAI SALE
« Reply #3 on: March 07, 2013, 11:29 AM »
Warren is a cool cat, he used to come to our club way back when he was a Naka student and lived in Cal

Hi is a whiz with the chalk !

I wish him well..hope he makes lots of dinero
 

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Re: WARREN HILL BONSAI SALE
« Reply #4 on: March 07, 2013, 12:41 PM »
When I attended the MABK a dinner was held the Friday evening before. I was representing a friend of mines business(don't want to plug) there. Anyway, while enjoying the fine food catered, sitting across from Warren at our table out of all subjects to talk about we talked about turtles. Loved it!