A few explanations for why trees grow the way they do… and how this can be good to know when developing your bonsai tree’s…
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We’re looking forward to Magical Bonsai Accents, 19th July 2014
Demonstrations by one of the UK’s Top Bonsai Artists —- Graham Potter At The Barn, High Street, Harlington, Middlesex. UB3 5ER Slide shows and Traders…………….Refreshments are available. Entrance = Adults – £2. OAP/Children – £1
If you are fascinated by trees then you cannot but love the Cupressaceae family of which belong the Redwoods, Wellingtonia and the Swamp Cypress and you should consider them a challenge to bonsai.
There are three main components to tree physiology and they are the roots, the trunk and the crown and here is a brief guide in the context of bonsai trees which are only a scaled down version of a regular tree. Any tree or shrub or plant can be used for bonsai but some work… Read more »
So you want to keep a bonsai tree, you are not alone in this and may be you have even had one before but it died as is common to hear however it probably wasn’t your fault so here is a simple guide to starting out for the first time or having a second go.
The Olive is from the Oleaceae family and this is a genus of over forty species and they make great bonsai trees.
For any non-believers in magic, a trip to Whistman’s Woods in Dartmoor is well worth the journey. The majority of this copse comprises of twisted ancient oak trees on granite boulders, shrouded by carpets of mosses and protected from grazing animals. The trees themselves don’t grow any higher than six metres,
Newbury and District Bonsai Society present the Bonsai Roots Show, Sunday 7th July in Hermitage, Berkshire.