Cryptomeria are of the Cupressacea family and are a monotypic genus where male and female strobili are borne on the same tree. The male strobili are orange to reddish and show in March and they form solitary round cones that mature within the first year. The common name is Japanese Cedar and they can be seen widely across… Read more »
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After snow disrupting plans to visit Noelanders in January this year we held the Euro Tunnel booking and postponed it to a random date in May. Upon receipt of a reminder of this the week we searched around for any events in Europe and happened across the Sakura-Ten show
It was a very quiet show without the familiar voice of Manuel which is usually heard throughout the day discussing and explaining the art of bonsai to anyone who is interested. It was a very good show and had lots of excellent trees on display in the exhibition and by the local clubs.
Bristol Bonsai Society have their show set for the Saturday 18th August at Failands Village Hall.
and the runners up
Which is better, beer or bonsai? I decided to do my own take on The Good Pub Guide with Bonsai. Buying bonsai This is a list of Bonsai Nurseries which can be visited, please bear in mind a lot of the Nursery owners operate an appointment system or have limited opening hours so extend… Read more »
I am not sure at this point if this is more of an observation that a tip.
Organised by Mark & Ritta Cooper, the show was held at Failand Hall, Bristol. The exhibition concentrated on smaller Chuhin, Shohin and Mame trees.
The green lidded one for confers, the white deciduous…apparently
A NEW look to a bonsai forum, so that it looks better, works faster and is more informative to all who take part. The European Bonsai Forum has a wonderful new look for all to enjoy. The European Bonsai Forum was set up to discuss and promote discussion about the Native and Naturalized European trees… Read more »