For the love of maples; Growing a Greener World

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    Thanks for posting this!
     
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    Good to hear, I thought you might appreciate it. It's packed full of great information. I thought the tree at 6:22 was a must see!
     
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    I did appreciate it, and do; I've seen it before as Matt and Tim are friends. I wish I'd thought to post it myself here! So for the moment I'm mostly grateful that you're more on the ball. :) Happy New Year John, and to your family, all the best.
     
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    @emery Happy New year to you and your family! I can't take credit for being on the ball as I saw this as a rerun on PBS for the first time this week and dug it up online via research (I don't watch much TV while the garden is growing). I think it actually was on back in September, so I'm late to the party. But didn't see it on here; so I decided to post for those who didn't see it and for those up and coming Japanese maple enthusiast in the future.

    The show, Growing a Greener World is very well done. It's something I believe in. Any chance to expose new people to the show is a chance worth taking!
     

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