Graham Simpson of Dragonfly bonsai pots is making some stunningly designed bonsai pots and he let me know about this one that is newly out of the kiln. You can follow his work on instagram.
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Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic Swindon Bonsai Club Members have kept their hobby going virtually through a fortnightly meeting on Zoom. It is not quite the same as meeting up in person to discuss and work on your trees but it has proven to be a good method utilising existing technology to still be… Read more »
Re potted this year in its new pot made by David Jones [Walsall Studio Ceramics]. It’s a lovely pot, but now the tree needs some attention. Hidden in the foliage are some half decent trunk and branch lines, but Graham is already thinking that they need to be revealed. A garden centre purchase some years… Read more »
A few more Spring photos from Andy, while we all enjoy this nice weather during the lock down. Does any other member have any pics????
‘If the oak before the ash, Then there’ll only be a splash, If the ash before the oak, The there’s going to be a soak.’ So a fairly dry summer coming up then – or perhaps my ash is dead?
This is a very natural occurrence on some species of trees and more so if the climatic conditions are suitable for the formation of aerial roots. These roots grow above ground and in air only but that air needs to be highly humid to allow the roots to form and grow. They can be used… Read more »
Here are a couple of photos from Andy. This Acer Palmatum ‘deshojo’ was bought from Swindon club members last year when they were “reducing” their collection. It has been overwintered in the greenhouse and has been recently re potted. It is looking in prime condition in it’s first burst of Spring colour.
Geoff a Swindon and Blackmore Vale Bonsai club member has posted this on our Facebook Group. I have re posted it so that all members can see what he has been up to during this lock down. Sorry for the background as it makes if difficult to see the main trees. Something to bear in… Read more »