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16 Apr, 2021

Autumn 2021 Beginners Classes

2021-04-16T16:25:37+12:00April 16th, 2021|News|0 Comments

A very successful series of 6 evenings where students were given a lot of information on the art of bonsai including general Bonsai information, how to care for bonsai, styling, pruning, wiring, and repotting. Each participant received their own tree, pot and wire and various techniques were explained and practiced over the sessions. Thank you [...]

15 Apr, 2021

Club Meeting – Design Fundamentals – April 2021

2021-04-16T16:27:30+12:00April 15th, 2021|Club Activities|0 Comments

A full meeting with a number of new members and visitors attending. Peter M led the first part of the afternoon with a discussion on what to look for when sourcing material, how to decide on the shape of your future bonsai and where to get your inspiration from. As part of the discussion he [...]

22 Mar, 2021

Brendon Covich Workshop – March 2021

2021-03-22T12:40:36+13:00March 22nd, 2021|Club Activities, News|0 Comments

A great weekend of bonsai fun with club member Brendon Covich of Kinben Bonsai. Club members and Brendon worked on over 30 trees during the sunny weekend. As usual with these workshops, a number of trees fitted back into their owners cars much more easily than when they arrived! There were a variety of [...]

17 Mar, 2021

Club Meeting – Groups – March 2021

2021-03-17T15:51:07+13:00March 17th, 2021|News|0 Comments

Melody started the meeting with a discussion on the joys and fun involved in creating group plantings. During her talk she went through the best species to use, how to train and select trees for use in groups, how to arrange the trees, pot choice, watering and aftercare. The talk was illustrated with groups, [...]

15 Feb, 2021

Club Meeting – Disasters – February 2021

2021-02-15T14:58:18+13:00February 15th, 2021|Club Activities|0 Comments

A select group of club members met to discuss what had gone wrong with their trees over the last year. Cotoneasters, Junipers, Maples and Dawn Redwoods featured in the list of lost causes. It appears several of our members have experienced male Junipers producing brown flower buds (cones) on most of their growing tips. [...]

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