Paul Bowerbank is our Chairman for Swindon and District Bonsai Society and he was given an award and named on the Federation of British Bonsai (FoBBS) Roll of Honours for his dedication to promoting the art of bonsai.
Posts Tagged: Lee Verhorevoort
This year the following traders have been invited to attend the 2016 Swindon Winter Image Show so hopefully you are ready for a bit of bonsai shopping.
This weekend was the Saturday workshop with Lee Verhorevoort from Lee Verhorevoort Bonsai and this was an ideal opportunity for all club members to get professional advice from Lee and get pruning and style tips and guidance on your own bonsai trees. Lee spent the entire day working around the room on everyone’s bonsai trees. He spent time… Read more »
If you haven’t bought a bonsai tree already this year then do not fear as Lee Verhorevoort has his new stock arriving soon. If you are interested then check out his website for more details of the types of species, forms and styles he will have in stock very soon. For an update on when the… Read more »
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 »
What an excellent show today which was hosted by Wessex Bonsai Society, and featured an Open Competition in addition to their Annual Bonsai Exhibition.
Lee Verhorevoort is expecting his new stock in April, but if you can’t wait that long and want a sneaky peek now, have a look at his website.
Enjoy some pictures taken at Newbury & District Society’s Bonsai show organised at Roots Garden Centre, Newbury. Over 100 people attended the event and traders included Lee Verhorevoort, Paul Goff of Bonsai Presentations, Bonsai Trees Southampton, Dai-ichi Bonsai, and David Sampson. There was a wide range of bonsai trees on display from visiting clubs and societies including our… Read more »
The judging of this show took an unusual format – visitors were provided with a voting slip and asked to nominate a numbered tree worthy of winning. I think anyone who has been to a bonsai show and questioned the judge’s decision might think this of this as a good idea. I will have to… Read more »