Posts Tagged: japanese

Shopping for garden trees

If you are looking to create a Japanese garden to set off your bonsai display or just to enhance your garden then take a look at some of the amazing garden trees that are available to buy or even start one off yourself. These are available from Lodder Bonsai BV in Holland and for more… Read more »

Bonsai hunting in the Netherlands

What a great weekend bonsai hunting so much to see and buy at the Lodder Bonsai Open Weekend with over 20 traders, exhibitions, displays and activities for all the family.

Revered japanese pine trees

Fellow Japanophiles, if you have ever wondered why pine trees are so revered in Japan, this video attempts to explain it, bonsai and all. Made and broadcast by NHK world, shared by Jake Hobson.

Noelanders Show 2012

After a trip down to Folkestone, an overnight stay and an early morning, [even Paul H didn’t manage to get his cooked breakfast] it was onto the train and in about 30 mins we were in France.¬†Unfortunately, the weather decided to turn very wet and with the other traffic on the E40 you could only… Read more »

Malcom Hughes talks on Maples

Malcom Hughes gave a very informative talk for our club night and I managed to gleen 10 pages of notes from the talk and here is a summary of the main points that were discussed regarding maples.

Exhibition at Shaw Ridge Primary School

The Club was asked to do a display as part of the School’s fundraising event in support of the Japanese Tsunami Appeal. It seemed like a worthy cause and with an indoor venue and tables supplied by the School it was fairly easy to do. With the Club’s A Team on the beach at Exmouth… Read more »

Fun with tree critiques

During the evening meeting there was a critique of club members’ trees for anyone who wanted guidance and to share their thoughts on the development of their trees and the first to share their thoughts was Terry Adams as he discussed his new project, a recently purchased English Elm (Ulmus procera). Terry put forward his… Read more »

White Pine History

Here is one of our members White Pine trees and this is a brief series of pictures showing its development since 1995.