Lee ran another workshop with us this weekend. Let us just say there was a lot of pruning going on. Lee always works at an impressive rate and everyone gets a lot out of these workshops.
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Today was the first day for everyone to have an opportunity to view and buy the new bonsai stock that Lee has bought in from Japan for 2019 after being through quarantine plus rigorous testing and checks by the plant health governing authorities for the past few weeks / months.
This year was amazing, the club members and volunteers who helped out on the Saturday for the set up did a great job and everything was in place well before 8pm.
Lee Verhorevoort Bonsai will be a trader at our 2019 Swindon Winter Image Show on Sunday 24thFebruary. He is an importer and retailer of specimen Japanese Bonsai who is based in Kent and will have something for every bonsai tree enthusiast at the most competitive prices.
There were two clubs exhibiting at Capel Manor and they were Splinter Group and Middlesex Bonsai Society and both displays were very good. There were lots of traders including Walsall Studio Ceramics, Gordon Duffett, Ken Leaver of WindyBank Bonsai, Lee Verhorevoort , Corin Tomlinson, Reid bonsai, Clive Mckintyre , Bonsai tag and many more. There were… Read more »
It was a great opportunity at this years Swindon Winter Image Bonsai Show to see a fantastic array of bonsai styles, shapes and sizes as well as a good diversity of tree species. One style that captured my interest was that of the cascade and semi cascade.
A huge thank you to all the traders for their amazing donations to our raffle, we had 25 prizes and that meant a lot of lucky people went home with some great prizes.
This year the bonsai traders were again selling a fabulous range of everything bonsai and some of their sales tables were also great exhibits too. Here is a quick look at the traders who attended the show and hopefully everyone bought a little something from one or more of them.
The work that is involved in putting on any kind of show is usually quite considerable and this is true of a bonsai show. The Club members and their families who help to support the Swindon Bonsai Club displayed many of their own bonsai trees this year.
Shohin and Mame were represented well at this years Swindon Winter Image Show and not just as displays but as companion trees to larger trees and as part of club displays too. Here are a selection of the tiny trees that caught my attention at the show.