Camellias Australian National Show 2015

On SATURDAY 11th and SUNDAY 12th July, 2015, the NSW Camellia Research Society will be holding their 46th Annual CAMELLIA SHOW, in the hall at Ravenswood School for Girls Henry St, Gordon.   We would like to extend a warm […]

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Things to do in May

By now deciduous bonsai should be placed in full sun, not only will beautiful autumn colour result but the new buds will also be exposed to the warmth of the sun. Conifers should be given the benefit of as much […]

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Sydney Royal Show 2015

What a way to celebrate our 50th anniversary year, with every prize at the Sydney Royal going to a member of the Bonsai Society of  Australia Inc.!  Congratulations to all those members who participated  Top of the honors list was […]

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What to do when…

Note I am not trying to say that all our members are beginners. I have seen most of your trees and I stand in awe of the talented members in our society. However there are some new members and I […]

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Things to do in April

The weather is still very warm, so you may continue fertilising until the end of April with a high potassium fertiliser for all bonsai except natives, as this will assist in preventing winter die back in flowering trees, maples and […]

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Bonsai by the Harbour

Bonsai Federation of Australia Northern Inc Invites you to a weekend of Bonsai by the Harbour A unique program will be presented with multiple demonstrations occurring throughout the day – a friendly, informal gathering of bonsai friends in a stunning […]

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Things to do in February

Beware the hot summer month of February. A few tips for these hot summer days. Keep your Maples under shade to avoid burning of leaves by heat and wind. Immersing pots in water on a regular basis helps keep plants […]

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Things to do in December

December is a slightly quieter time for bonsai tasks than other months. However, spring growth will continue and one must be mindful of keeping vigor-ous tree trimmed to encourage short internodes. Fast growing trees can be trimmed back to two […]

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