Within the UK, most bonsai enthusiasts keep outdoor bonsai trees and by this I mean they keep species of trees as bonsai that are acclimatised to the weather conditions of the UK. Native species of trees are frequently used as well as more hardy non native trees that make excellent bonsai specimens.
Andrew Pearson of Stone Monkey Ceramics will be selling his superbly crafted bonsai ceramic pots at the 10th Anniversary Swindon Winter Image Show on the 19th February 2012. Andy handcrafts stoneware ceramics and his creations are inspired by Japanese ceramics.
Dai-ichi of Hermitage, Newbury will be one of the traders at Our Winter Image show this coming February and will have a range of products for sale.
John Trott of Mendip Bonsai Studio is not only going to be trading at the 2012 10th Anniversary Swindon Winter Image Show in February but he is sponsoring the Best Accent award for our Show and has donated a one to one workshop as a raffle prize.
Our Winter Image show for 2012 will be sponsord by John Pitt of John Pitt Bonsai Cermics. He will be attending the show and will be offering a wide range of his hand crafted bonsai pots for sale.
Jake Hobson of Niwaki has kindly donated raffle prizes for our Winter Image show in 2012. He has donated a stunning pair of Okatsune Bonsai sissors which would make a great addition to anyones bonsia tool kit.
As part of our 10th Anniversary year celebrations, The Swindon & District Bonsai Society are pleased to announce that at our Winter Image show, to be held on the 19th February 2012, will feature an exciting new exhibit Section.
Rene Rooswinkel of Bonsai Focus has kindly donated two prizes for the raffle at our forth coming Winter Image Show on the 19th February 2012. They are a set of Japanese Bonsai magazines and a Japanese Bonsai photo book.