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Exhibitions and workshops

Did you know…

– that a great event for small trees take place in March 2013? Please read below – text by By Mark Cooper On behalf of the organising team, I am pleased to announce that an exciting national UK Shohin Bonsai show dedicated to smaller bonsai, will be held on Sunday, March 24th  2013.  This exciting …

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Summer shohin display

Summer isn’t normally the most preferred time of the year to show or display bonsai, according to the traditional Japanese customs. Probably because summer time is the hot season in Japan, and the growing season for bonsai therefore being out of shape and unfit for exhibition. Summertime in northern Europe though may be different when …

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Shohin 2012

The past weekend I attended the national annual exhibition in the Danish Bonsai Society. The event took place at a bright place at the Danish Japanese Gardens. This time my small shohin display was awarded with the runners up prize, judged by the head demonstrator CzechVaclav Novac, who did not fancy shohin in racks for …

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Humidity and heat

Shohin bonsai may dry out faster than other bonsai because they simply have a very limited amount of soil. This small amount of soil will dry out because the tree uses water to cool down by leaf transpiration at hot days, and it will dry out because the surface may be large compared to pot …

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Mame and Shohin at the Swindon Image Winter Show

Mark Cooper has once again kindly supported the blog with photos from another fine event. The Swindon & District Winter Image Show in  the UK, presented a range of high quality mame and shohin bonsai this year. Probably the best is told. A gallery of the images to be enjoyed.

Shohin at Noelanders Trophy 2012

Mark Cooper has kindly shared his excellent photos of Shohin (20 cm / 8 inch high), Kifu (around 25-35cm / 10-14 inches) and then some Chuhin (maximum 45cm / 18 inch), shown at Noelanders Trophy 2012, in Belgium. All photos is the courtesy of Mark Cooper (Copyright).

Fuchi Bonsai autumn exhibition

Yesterday we had a wonderful time exhibiting bonsai and doing demo’s at the Japanese Gardens in Broby, Denmark. There was a huge interest in the bonsai exhibition, and visitors shown a great interest in the work done. As far away as Germany visitors arrived, and we are really happy that such an interest is shown …

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