This was the final Milton Lilbourne Summer Fayre at present, but it was a great show and the weather was superb, cream teas a delight and the overall day a great success. We had fun pruning trees, talking about bonsai and generally it was a good day out. A few images from the day are… Read more »
Monthly Archives: June 2018
Salisbury Bonsai Club have invited Swindon together with other clubs/societies to attend their 30th Anniversary Show which will be opened by Chris Thomas and Judged by Peter Chan.
Yet another lovely show with quality displays, trees and accents, if you missed it you missed a good one.
Again we were joined by David Jones and his helper for the day, Charlotte Walby for an all day pottery workshop.
John Trott, [https://www.mendipbonsai.co.uk/] Mendip Bonsai Studio followed on from a very busy time of year, a ‘Gold’ Medal at the “Chelsea Flower Show” and then the Bath and West Show and the Cornwall Show. John attended the NEC Birmingham for the Gardeners World Live show 2018 with a lovely display of all Azalea’s except the… Read more »
The Wiltshire Branch of the British Cactus and Succulent Society (BCSS) hosted their annual show this weekend in Melksham and it was a great success. I was fortunate to win the two classes I entered with my Fockea edulis and Plectranthus ernstii and there were so many wonderful and diverse species of cacti and succulent… Read more »
Tonights club night was ferns with Steve Mckee and it was informative, fun and refreshing to hear how Steve collects, propagates and grows his ferns. He was able to provide useful insights into the growing of ferns and use of them as accents. He has been successful with a range of species and enjoys expanding… Read more »
On Sunday 3rd June was the 40th Anniversary of Solent Bonsai Society and here are a few images form the day which was held at Wallington Village Hall, Fareham.
This was a fun evening dedicated to accent plants and all things alpine and accent like. It was great to have Parnham Bungalow Plants visiting so we could all buy some great alpines to expand our accent collections.