Congratulations also to Derbyshire Bonsai for winning a Gold medal at Chelsea Flower show this year. Some very old trees were on display and enjoyed the accents displayed on drift wood style stands.
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Massive congratulations to John Trott of Mendip Bonsai Studio for a Gold this year at Chelsea Flower Show with his stunning bonsai display. Here are a few images from his display and the Azaleas were in full bloom.
We are proud to announce The Federation of British Bonsai Socities won a gold medal this year at Chelsea. Congratulations to the team for this fantastic achievement.
Blackmore Vale Bonsai Group was formed in 2007 so this is their 10th Anniversary year of being a bonsai group. Their main aim is to promote bonsai to anyone interested by way of workshops and monthly meetings. To commemorate 10 years they have hosted a bonsai exhibition for their members to show their bonsai trees… Read more »
There was a superb range of bonsai trees on display as part of the visiting clubs and societies at the Wessex Show and the winning bonsai society display was won by Celtic Knot.
There was a good selection of bonsai traders at the Wessex Show this weekend. Lots to buy and it was hard not to when you take a look at some of the exquisite items for sale including mini Japanese pots. There was also a great variety of bonsai trees for sale from a range of… Read more »
The winner of the Jack Bellinger Competition between Eastleigh, Solent and Wessex Bonsai went to Solent Bonsai, so congratulations for the winning display.
The winner of the shohin and mame class was Anthony Stribling with his Hornbeam. In second place was Tom Buchanan with his Blackthorn. In third place was Tony Oswin with his Hawthorn.
The winner of the self styled class was Tony Oswin with his Oak tree. In second place was Anthony Stribling with his Hawthorn. In third place was Chris Jefferys with his Box.
Congratulations to Tony Oswin for winning the flowering and fruiting class with his Hawthorn. Chris Jefferys came second with his Cotoneaster and in third place was Anthony Stribling with his Hawthorn.