Author Archives: mkonig
We have now confirmed Corin Tomlinson as our guest speaker for the February meeting. Please make sure to put this in your Diary so as not to miss it. Corin has a wealth of experience in all aspects of Bonsai … Continue reading
The meeting and events programme for 2017 has now been published. There are still a few items that need to be confirmed, but the main items are now on there and I urge all members to make a note in … Continue reading
We have now booked the X-mas social skittles night at the Horse and Trumpet Pub in Wigston for Tuesday, 13 December 2016. Please note that this replaces the monthly club meeting so we will NOT meet at the rugby club … Continue reading
It is some months ago now that we as a club decided to up our game a little and put on a display at a dedicated bonsai event, rather than just at local horticultural shows. We put in a bit … Continue reading
Last Sunday was our annual display at the Market Bosworth Show. Great effort by all members to have their trees ready and well presented for this event, which is also the venue for our club trophy competition. We invite members … Continue reading
The pictures in this set are testament to Allan’s passion for bonsai. Wouldn’t you just love to dig up some of those beauties.
I woke up to a bit of a surprise this morning. Looks like winter has finally arrived here in Leicester, with about an inch of snow. Thought I best get the camera out and take a few snaps before it … Continue reading
Our treasurer Allan has spent four months last year visiting relatives in Canada. Here are a few of the pictures he took of the amazing Canadian landscapes and wildlife he saw on this trip. This set of pictures was taken … Continue reading
Not long Now! The Swindon Winter Show is one of the best Bonsai Shows in England. I am really looking forward to going this year having missed it for one reason or another for the last few years. Me and a … Continue reading
Some more pictures from Alan M. This set was taken on his recent visit to Canada, where he had the opportunity to visit the Nikka Yuko Japanese Gardens in Lethbridge, Alberta.