W-3 Oregon Pinot Noir Grape with Dennis Vojtilla

Friday 9/14/18, 8am-11:30am
Salal Room, 8 Participants, $320

The Pinot Noir grapevines were rooted as cuttings 6-8 years ago by artist Dennis Vojtilla from his own vineyard. His grapevine trunks are 20+ years old, often with interesting deadwood features.  The plants are 12 to 18 inches tall and have trunk diameters of three to four inches. Node lengths are generally one inch or less.  The grapevines are well-established and bear small clusters of purple fruit.  The growing pots are filled with fibrous roots and will be easy to transplant come Spring.  As vines, grapes are extremely flexible and easily shaped through wiring.  The focus of the workshop will be on styling and shaping the grapevines to best present the clusters of fruit. Dennis won Finest Deciduous Bonsai at the 5th US National Bonsai Exhibition in Rochester, NY in 2016. 

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