This was the Swindon and District Bonsai display at the Wessex Show this year on Sunday 3rd May, and congratulations to all those clubs and societies who put on displays and the winning club display went to Eastleigh Bonsai Society.
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The winning Bonsai Club display was for Newbury & District Bonsai Society and here are a few images of the individual elements of the display below and one tree that caught most peoples eye was an unusual Weigela which is a flowering shrub owned by Dave Cleveland.
Shohin Class 6 was defined by the size of the entry initially and all trees needed to be less than 12 inches in dimension on all sides, however depending on which definition you use the size of Shohin classification can vary but for this is was larger than the Mame classification and as stated all… Read more »
Conifer Class 4, and this is for all species of bonsai trees that are defined as conifers and a well known definition is a tree ‘which bears cones and needle-like or scale-like leaves that are typically evergreen’ however this is not the whole picture in classification terms.
To see the best bonsai in the show as well as best mame display please read on….