Show time has come around so quickly, and the Swindon Winter Image Show tends to be the first show in the UK to start the season off and it did not disappoint with so many amazing trees on display from Club Members, Visiting Clubs and Societies plus all the Individual exhibitors and traders.
Posts Tagged: Terry Adams
Congratulations must go again to the Federation of British Bonsai Societies for being awarded The Holford Medal for the 2nd time in 3 years and also to those members of Swindon and District Bonsai Society whose trees were present on the display. The medal is in honour of exhibits of plants and or… Read more »
At the Heathrow Show, Terry Adams of Swindon and District Bonsai Society was awarded the Bonsai Club International (BCI) award for his Pyracantha tree which was in stunning full berry glory. He was awarded this accolade by Kath Hughes from the Federation of British Bonsai (FOBBS). (Thank you Malcolm for the photo)
This month we had an evening looking back at the Siberian Elms that various club members had been growing over rocks for the past few years since being given them as cuttings.
This was an evening’s insight into everything that is great about bonsai yet packed into a scale that is miniature in a world of what is commonly referred to as Mame and Shohin.
Terry Adams has been presented the Federation of British Bonsai (FoBBS) Award for distinguished service to the Art, Craft and Science of Bonsai. He is a well established bonsai artist and renowned for his dedication and attention to detail with the development of his trees. Many of his trees are then displayed at all the… Read more »
Back in 1989, I was reading book on growing exotic fruits; I was eating a Pomegranate at the time and decided to have a go with some of the seeds. Following the book’s instructions the seeds were put on a plate and left on a windowsill to go mouldy. They were then planted and put… Read more »