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One show is just not good enough for some folk, so Adrian, Brian, Jon and Sara are going to fly the flag for T & S B.C at the Bonsai South West Show down in Exmouth on the 11th … Continue reading
Getting ready for our annual show is again is the main purpose of our May meeting. An evening when members bring in a selection of trees for the Club to chose a selection from and to clean and preen them … Continue reading
Not content with another Gold at Chelsea this year John Trott our Club President has added another two more prestigious awards to his collection this year at the Gardner’s World Live Show at the NEC. A Platinum , ( One above … Continue reading
Many congratulations to John Trott and his team at Mendip Bonsai for yet another RHS GOLD medal taking the tally to an astounding fifty four! This most recent of GOLD awards is made for the outstanding display at the 2012 Hampton … Continue reading
The club would like to announce that their President has taken the tally of GOLD medals to 53!! The latest being presented at the Birmingham BBC Gardeners World Live show! HUGE Congratulations John and his team at Mendip Bonsai. Show … Continue reading
The following images are of the Mendip Bonsai Studio stand at the current (2012) Royal Cornwall Show. The Taunton & Somerset club offer sincere congratulations to their club President. To achieve this level of display with weather that could only … Continue reading
John Trott of Mendip Bonsai seen here at the 2012 Chelsea Flower show, in front of his RHS GOLD award winning display of stunning Bonsai and associated accents / bronzes. My sincere thanks to Mark Cooper for permitting use … Continue reading
And as close as we mere mortals could ever aspire to!
Club President John Trott of Mendip Bonsai one again secures a GOLD medal for his outstanding display of Bonsai at the 2012 Chelsea Flower Show. FOBBS also achieve a GOLD medal. Congratulations all round it would seem. Images HERE.
At the February 2012 club evening our President John Trott demonstrated a completely different and rather unique way to create a very convincing forest on a slab planting. First we were shown how the base would be created. No stone, … Continue reading