Held on June 14th 2015 in ‘Support of Cancer Research’ this event will be free admission including a number of traders. Steve Tolley has generously agreed to conduct an informal demo and Tony Tickle has been persuaded to donate his magnificent Yew bonsai for an auction. There will also be a tombola draw with loads… Read more »
Monthly Archives: October 2014
In addition to some fabulous bonsai trees on display at Heathrow Bonsai Show, there were some wonderful accent plants and here are just a few that stood out…
Autumn colour at it’s best all in one room at the Heathrow Bonsai Show this weekend just gone and the wonderful array of colours from mainly the broadleaved trees on display was fabulous and here is a select of some of the gorgeous colours that were on show.
The winners of the public vote at Heathrow Bonsai Show were:
Thank you again Mark and MingChen Moreland and all those involved in organising and running the Heathrow Bonsai Show as this was yet another great bonsai show and fun event today. The range of bonsai trees on display was extensive and excellent, with some stunning autumn colour as well as some early winter images.
Dan and Cecilia Barton make wonderful unique pots of all shapes and sizes and no two pots are alike or the same which is fabulous. They have developed various techniques to produce some stunning accent pots with superb glazes making them quite eye catching to say the least and amazing styles and shapes too. Here… Read more »
The Heathrow Bonsai show is on Sunday the 26th October 2014……………….YES Next week, only 8 days to go.. at the NEW venue, William Byrd school, Victoria Lane, Harlington, Near Heathrow. UB3 5EW see the web site http://heathrowbonsaishow.wordpress.com/2013/09/06/heathrow-bonsai-show/ Demo by Paul Finch Admission only £2, £1 for OAP and children Loads of club/society displays and traders
This month we held an autumn workshop to discuss the interesting transitional period between active and dormant. This year has produced mixed results for autumn foliage in the UK, largely down to climatic influences more than anything. I believe the Americans call looking at autumnal colour ‘leaf peeping’ which I think is a nice sentiment…. Read more »