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
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Thank you to our show sponsor John Pitt, and to all the traders who attended our show – it was great to have so much to see and buy. Also a big thank you to all those who bought something at the show, it was cracking to see you all there. If you were buying… Read more »
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 »
Congratulations to all those involved in hosting the 2nd International Magical Bonsai Accents Exhibition at Failand Village Hall, Bristol on Saturday 19th July as this was a great success and all who attended had a great day.
Today was an excellent day at the Roots Bonsai Show near Newbury and there were a superb array of bonsai trees on display and all sorts of bonsai goodies to buy from esoteric pots to great value bonsai trees, scrolls, and lots more.
We invite you to come along to our show this Sunday on the 23rd of February 2014 at the Stratton Community Leisure Centre, Grange Drive, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN3 4JY. It is open from 10:30am to 4:30pm with a £5 entrance fee. The show will include Bonsai exhibitions by our own Club Members, well known bonsai artists and visiting… Read more »
Dan & Cecilia Barton have donated some fantastic pots for our Winter Show raffle, you can see some more of the vast range of unique, exquisite pots he makes on their website. Come along and try and win one, or alternatively buy one, they will be joining us at the show.
If you are fascinated by trees then you cannot but love the Cupressaceae family of which belong the Redwoods, Wellingtonia and the Swamp Cypress and you should consider them a challenge to bonsai.
This is awesome, I have seen this miniature set of hedges displayed at many a country show and the detail is fantastic. It is amazing to see what people can do and create with a bit of patience and imagination. One of the purposes of this display is to show the various types of hedge… Read more »
To quite know what to say, about the man who can turn his hand to create anything from bonsai pots to wonderful works of bonsai art, you only need to know him as Dan Barton.