A forthcoming exhibition on the 18th August 2019 held at Failand Village Hall, Bristol. Only trees that have originated from British stock will be considered (for example from seed, cuttings, air-layers, division, British yamadori etc). The Bristol Bonsai Society will be offering cash prizes to the value of £100, £50 and £25 for the 3… Read more »
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Once again the Wiltshire Branch of the British Cactus and Succulent Society (BCSS) will be holding their annual show on the Saturday 15th June 2019 at the Melksham Assembly Hall, The Market Place, Melksham. SN12 6ES. The show opens at 11am until 3.30pm and it is £1 entry. We have been holding our show in… Read more »
You can buy with confidence on line from Erin Bonsai pots as they are experts in packaging up your pots to send through the post. It is one of the best experiences when I have ordered bonsai pots on line from Erin Bonsai. The reason being is when the parcel arrives it takes you about… Read more »
Again the club will be putting on a small display of trees at the Rowdeford Garden Fair 2019. It is held within the grounds of the school which is for special needs and a lovely setting. The school can be found off the A342 NW of Devizes. A wide range of top quality trees, shrubs,… Read more »
Today was the first day for everyone to have an opportunity to view and buy the new bonsai stock that Lee has bought in from Japan for 2019 after being through quarantine plus rigorous testing and checks by the plant health governing authorities for the past few weeks / months.
Not long now before the next major bonsai show in the UK on Sunday 7th April. So hopefully you are ready for another bonsai extravaganza, and a great opportunity to admire some of the UK’s finest bonsai. There will be a wide range of bonsai traders at the event too so a great bonsai shopping… Read more »
We are super-excited to have been invited to a prestigious local event. Fish Brothers Swindon are holding a Japanese themed entertainment evening of drinks, sushi and other festivities on Thursday 28th March at 7.30pm. Lexus are launching a new vehicle and we’ve been asked along to display our bonsai also including: Hop Kettle Brewery Light… Read more »
Late winter flowering bonsai are always a stunning sight and can cheer up any a gloomy day. Here are a few examples seen this year in February and March of Cherries, Quince, Forsythia, Larch, Blackthorn, Chocolate Vine, Japanese Apricot and Witch Hazel to name but a few.
This is the time of year you will find out if you have any soil borne problems with your bonsai trees. The time for repotting is from around October through to March for broadleaves and into April for evergreens. Tropical bonsai are generally repotted when it is slightly warmer so later in the Spring but… Read more »