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The second NIBS Bonsai school of 2015 is upon us soon. Saturday 6th June 10am to 5pm. There will be the usual sales and swap area for those members wanting to pick up a bargain and we have a packed session for you to enjoy. Tea/Coffee and biscuits provided all day.
For those attending for the first time this year, it will be £25 for the day, those who attended the February school get a discounted price of £20. School is open to our friends in the Munster and Leinster Bonsai Clubs as well.
We have listened to your feedback from the February session and have created a programme for the day to suit your needs and requests.
Programme for June School
Opening Session – looking at seasonal issues since the February School.
Defoliation – A look at why we defoliate trees and 3 different methods and techniques used to achieve different results.
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It is with some considerable delight that we announce that there will be a British Shohin Bonsai show in 2016, run in conjunction with our friends at Sutton Bonsai Society.
Entitled Spirit of Shohin 2016, the show will be held over the weekend on April 2nd and 3rd 2016, and will offer members and public a chance to see some of the foremost shohin bonsai in the UK.
And even more excitingly, the venue for the event will be RHS Wisley Garden in Surrey.
It is something of a feather in our cap to be able to run our show at such a prestigious location, and we hope that it will mark the start of a long and profitable relationship with the UK’s foremost horticultural society.
Plans for the event are in a very early stage of development, but the organising team are already working towards making…
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