Monthly Archives: March 2012

Prunus Mume (Japanese Apricot)

Prunus mume (Japanese apricot) is often over looked, not just as a bonsai but as a plant or tree in the UK. This is one of my favourite times of year. The annual winter show has been and gone and everyone is busy repotting for the upcoming season. This is a frantic time of activity… Read more »

The Independent at our Winter Show

The Independent newspaper are running an article on Bonsai enthusiasts in the UK. You may have noted if you were at our winter show this year, Dan Burn-Forti a freelance photographer was taking portraits for the piece and they’ve come out just great. The article is in today’s paper, I recommend you grab

Bargain sieves at Aldi

Garden sieves went on special at Aldi today (for a limited time) perfect for separating out the particle sizes of your Akadama, Kiryu, Pumice and such like. They are ¬£4.99 each so a bit of bargain, nudge, nudge, wink, wink. You’ll find them here