Look What’s Happening in March

Back by popular demand- Joe Morgan-Payler. If you missed out last time, don’t wait to book your workshop space.

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January Demonstrator: Ray Mackaway

Ray Mackaway has been involved with bonsai for over 30 years. His interest in bonsai grew out of a need to find a hobby that was completely different from his busy and quite demanding work life. It was on his […]

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What to do in February

The last few months have been very hot and there’s more of the same ahead, so it’s still important not to let your trees dry out. Some shallow or smaller pots rmay require watering more than once a day at […]

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Christmas Party 4th December

We are having a new look evening with all new games with the aim of raising some funds for your club while having some fun.   What to bring: Yourself and a partner or friend for a fun night A […]

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February Demonstrator: Ray Macaway

Popular School of Bonsai teacher and regular visiting demonstrator to our club, Ray needs no introduction. He has written the definitive article on wisteria as bonsai and we are very lucky to have him come to explain his techniques for […]

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Figs

Ficus (or figs) is a genus of close to 1000 different species which include trees, shrubs, vines and epiphytes all belonging to the mulberry family (Moraceae).  Some begin life as hemi epiphytes – seeds that are dispersed by birds and […]

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Windburn and What to Do About It

The subject of wind-burn is a HOT subject in summer and particularly relevant given the windy weather we have been experiencing recently. Actually, the cause of damage to contained plants is NOT necessarily SUN or WIND but lack of moisture […]

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November Demonstrator: Brenda Parker

What a great demonstration Brenda gave last month covering all aspects of training, repotting and caring for azaleas. Brenda brought three azaleas to illustrate her talk; a sentimental choice that needed work, the azalea she worked on at our show […]

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