TWO gardens, one fruit/vegetables/flowers and one full of quality Bonsai – ALL in Aid of Charity.
Monthly Archives: June 2015
In addition to the good selection of traders at the Bonsai Traders Event at Capel Manor, there were also four very good exhibitions put on by The Bonsai Group Enfield, Splinter Group, Middlesex Bonsai and British Suiseki.
This years Bonsai Traders event at Capel Manor was successful with a good range of traders selling a wide variety of bonsai trees and everything bonsai. It was a great opportunity to buy supplies, pots and add to your collection of bonsai.
The summer fete at Milton Lilbourne was great fun this year and club members put on a lovely bonsai display for everyone to enjoy. An added attraction this year were camels in amongst the vintage cars, cake stands and so much more.
Following John’s ‘Gold’ medal successes at various shows, we were lucky to have him at the club for a day workshop on Sat 20th June 2015. Here are a few photos from the day. Many needed a good prune, shame I forgot to get some photos when they had been finished, but then we were… Read more »
The Wiltshire branch of the British Cactus & Succulent Society held it’s Annual show at the Melksham Assembly Hall today from 11am to 3.30pm. It was a great show and some of Swindon Bonsai club members who also enjoy the hobby of Cacti and Succulents entered into the show and did well.
Gold at Gardeners World Live at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham for John Trott of Mendip Bonsai with a stunning and very colourful display that looked magnificent. He has very kindly shared his thoughts in the post below and his photographs from his display, so congratulations John and thank you for sharing this with… Read more »
Sunday 5th July 2015 held at Roots Garden Centre, Prior’s Court Road, Hermitage, Berkshire RG18 9TG
Bonsai with love was a great event held at today at Failand Village Hall near Bristol. It was a charitable bonsai event in support of Cancer Research and had some amazing bonsai trees on display from all over the UK. There were a wide range of bonsai traders