Congratulations to Mark and Ritta Cooper for winning the Best Chuhin category with their Mountain Maple (Acer palmatum), which was originally from Japan, and they have owned now for 5 years and it is in a Gyozan pot.
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Congratulations to Jim Butterworth for winning the Best Deciduous category with his Hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) that was on the Aka Matsu club display.
This year’s show was another success with over 400 visitors and over 100 bonsai trees on display as individual exhibits or part of a club display or shohin or mame display. The show also had a wide range of traders and purchases of bonsai and associated sundries seem to be selling well on the day.
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.
Fun, friendly, full on and fantastic describe this years 9th Heathrow Show, it was excellent again and great to be a part of. There were so many different species of trees, shapes, sizes and styles to suit everyones tastes and provide a whole day of bonsai tree gazing. Having such diversity also meant lots of great… Read more »
Mark Moreland kindly compiles the UK Bonsai Shows diary and here is the latest series of dates and advance notice of up and coming bonsai shows for you to schedule in to your calendar. If you wish to add or change any info contact Mark Moreland on 07850771201 or email: email@example.com
Congratulations to Tony Oswin for a very successful and fun bonsai tree sale. It was a great event and one we hope will occur again next year as it was well received by all who attended.
If you are looking to buy a bonsai or sell bonsai then why not check out the Bonsai Shed Carbooty on Sunday 28th May @ Hill Park Nurseries, Roses UK, Woodstock Lane North Long Ditton, Surbiton, Surrey, KT6 5HN.
Well, it was another grand bonsai event start to 2016 with the first UK show of the season hosted by Swindon and District Bonsai Society. This year’s show was again a resounding success with over 450 attendees from visitors, traders, clubs and societies, judges, including invited guests and club members.