• Treating and managing Bonsai pest problems.

    Articles coming soon

  • The subject of Bonsai Pots is extensive and we will be updating this area as we receive information.

    In the mean time some sites that have done a sterling job of this are shown below as a link.

    We also welcome information to include here so please us our contact form to start a discussion and hopefully we can include your information for reference. We would also like to start a "chop marks" and Signature" reference going forward so take a picture and send it through to be included.
    many thanks!

    https://swindon-bonsai.co.uk/2015/01/19/bonsai-pot-colour-guide/

    Author, Amelia Williams and Swindon Bonsai Society. A very nice and clear overview of pot matching.

    There are some other great links out there and people have placed a lot of effort into their research.

    Here is a very nice article and information regarding patina on pots:

    http://www.bonsaipots.net/index.php?page=patina-on-old-pots

    Here is a nice informative site:

    Japanese bonsai pots | Peter Tea Bonsai

    https://peterteabonsai.wordpress.com/tag/japanese-bonsai-pots/

     

  • Getting the"MIX" right

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    Here at http://www.djsampson.com I have been into and around bonsai since 1984, however, these days my passion (some say obsession !) is with suiseki so sadly no longer have the time to actively practice bonsai, this does not diminish my enthusiasm, or understanding of the subject and I still get a thrill from seeing trees at UK shows and on my visits to Japan.

    In addition to offering Japanese suiseki via my website I am a regular vendor at bonsai shows in the UK, selling suiseki, bonsai pots, display stands and rare bonsai books, all my stock is of Japanese origin and carefully sourced and selected by myself and I take great pride in being able to offer good quality items at realistic prices.

     

  • Article coming soon.

  • 3 point Juniper display with accent planting.

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    Peter Warren is an international renowned bonsai artist based in London who has spent six years training in the traditional manner as an apprentice to a Japanese bonsai master. Since completing his studies Peter has travelled far and wide teaching and working with bonsai collectors and enthusiasts across the globe on a mission to bring the best of Japanese bonsai to the rest of the world, and his creations are exhibited at the highest level in Japan, the US and Europe.

    Visits can be arranged but the exact address will only be given to trusted clients when an appointment has been made. Due to security concerns, only the rough location is given here.

    We are 5 minutes from the Blackwall Tunnel and 15 minutes from the M25.

     You can contact Peter on:

    Tel :           +44(0) 7847 147847  E-mail :        http://saruyama.co.uk

  • WindyBank Bonsai has long been a supporter of Sutton Bonsai and in return the club works closely with Ken to ensure quality trees and knowledge is passed on to our visitors and contacts.

    Ken can often be seen giving assisted workshops at the club.

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    Here at WindyBank Bonsai we have enjoyed Bonsai for many years having learnt a great deal from time spent on years of trips to Japan, from time spent meeting and training with Japanese Bonsai artist, and from 30 years running the nursery.

    There is always more to learn and more these trees can teach us.

    We are a family run business and are always happy to give help and advise to all our customers, be they seasoned bonsai growers or complete beginners to this amazing hobby. We hope that once you see for yourself how Bonsai can become a way of life, teaching you patience and structure in the care they require, that you will enjoy the hobby with us at WindyBank Bonsai for many many years to come.


    WindyBank Bonsai is located in Carshalton in Surrey, on the A2022 and is just a twenty minute drive from junction 8 on the M25.

            Address :   60 Woodmansterne Lane,
                             Carshalton, Surrey, UK
                                    SM5 4BJ

    Tel :           +44 (0)208 669 8847  E-mail :      This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.      

    Hours of business
    We are open weekends and bank holidays only: 10am - 4pm

    * We are closed during the Christmas Bank Holiday period*

    To arrange club visits, please call or e-mail in advance on the above numbers.

 

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