Last month at the workshop several members still chose to work on their figs, as well as some conifers. Figs were still able to be repotted, with the conifers just being tidied up or wired. Adrian used raffia on an […]
Next month BSA members, Ingrid and Michael, will conduct a joint demonstration. Both have a wealth of practical and artistic knowledge so it should be a very interesting evening. Ingrid will be discussing the South African bonsai style and trees, […]
Jarryd has practised bonsai since he was 12 years old. He completed an apprenticeship at Crataegus Bonsai (Portland Oregon) and now operates Montane Bonsai Garden on the northern slopes of Mt. Wellington.
What a pleasure it is to visit the NBPCA at the National Arboretum. Summer might not seem like the perfect time but the weather has been a milder in Canberra this year. A volunteer commented that they had had a […]
Our workshop last month was interesting, with members creating root over rock fig bonsais. Ian generously provided the expertise as well as the necessary muck and sphagnum moss to make it happen. One member’s tree that had been placed on […]
Allan has been practising bonsai from 2004 and has great knowledge and experience which he shares as a visiting speaker to clubs all over NSW. His focus is on the collection of, mostly native, mature wild trees. Allan’s aim is […]
The National Arboretum Canberra (NAC) and the National Bonsai & Penjing Collection of Australia (NBPCA) are pleased to announce the appointment of our inaugural NBPCA Patron. Congratulations and welcome to the team, Mr Lindsay Bebb. Mr Bebb’s profile within the […]