A small plant labeled Ishitsuki grows at the home of Kathleen O’Donnell in Sacramento. Sacramento will host the nation’s largest celebration of little trees, and O’Donnell will be participating in the big show. She has a marvelous collection of little trees that show you don’t need a lot of space to go big in bonsai.
A small plant labeled Ishitsuki grows at the home of Kathleen O’Donnell in Sacramento. Sacramento will host the nation’s largest celebration of little trees, and O’Donnell will be participating in the big show. She has a marvelous collection of little trees that show you don’t need a lot of space to go big in bonsai. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
A small plant labeled Ishitsuki grows at the home of Kathleen O’Donnell in Sacramento. Sacramento will host the nation’s largest celebration of little trees, and O’Donnell will be participating in the big show. She has a marvelous collection of little trees that show you don’t need a lot of space to go big in bonsai. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

Sacramento bonsai clubs host national convention

October 24, 2014 5:00 PM

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