Neil Ryan’s theme for the AABC Conference this year was how to move a tree that had been aesthetically pleasing and well styled in the past into its next iteration. Tony Bebb’s demonstration last month was a lesson in how […]
Ian joined the BSA in 2000 after leaving both South Africa and his bonsai collection to come to Australia. Since then Ian has rebuilt a significant collection of both native and exotic trees. Ian is a skillful communicator whose deep […]
NSW Camellia Research Society Inc presents its 50th Annual Camellia Show. Happening at Ravenswoon School for Girls Henry Street, Gordon, this July 13, Saturday from 1.30PM to 4.30PM and July 14th Sunday from 10AM to 4PM.
This year we will again have our show at the Harvey Lowe Pavilion (20-22nd September), so put the date in your diary and this is and seriously consider displaying one or more of your trees. The Harvey Lowe Pavilion is […]
Please note that photos are from the exhibition and descriptions are from the show catalogue that are used to illustrate Marcela’s points. For many years Australian native species for bonsai were overlooked in favour of exotics and while some were […]
Ashley chose swamp cypress, five big swamp cypress, for last month’s demonstration and with quite a bit of elbow grease styled them into a large forest setting. Swamp cypress is a species that he enjoys working with due to its […]
Tony started bonsai in 1985 as a teenager working in his family’s bonsai nursery in Brisbane under the keen eye of his father Lindsay. Here, Tony developed his skills through growing and working with bonsai for the next sixteen years. […]