Bonsai School – Winter Protection Part 1

I’m sure you have all been waiting patiently for us to release the first of the video clips from our October Bonsai School. Well, wait no longer, it’s here!! :-)

Below is the first of 4 videos taken from our discussion about Winter protection. Anyone out there who is worried about the predicted bad Winter looming, and protecting their precious bonsai, this is for you. The 4 part cover roughly 1 hour of footage but it is well worth watching it all when you have time. We cover how to protect your trees and what specific varieties might be more at risk.

Just a final note before you begin, this is information aimed at those in the UK or who have a similar climate. If you differ from this them seek help from your local club.

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One Response to Bonsai School – Winter Protection Part 1

  1. Hugh Wilkinson says:

    I really enjoyed the saturday workshop, I am quite a novice to the bonsai keeping world, I have kept a few bonsai in the recent years, i must have got the basics right as i suffered no loses even throught the latest bad winters. However back to the workshop weekend i only attended on the saturday, Peter snart from willowbog Bonsai was there, As far as i was concerned he really does know a wee bit about the art of bonsai styling{dangerous man with a chain saw} I also took the opportunnity to buy a couple of trees from peter, quite well priced for good specimens of bonsai. The char lady which is Ian’s wife also helped to make the workshop a sucess as she worked hard to serve the lunch, Hope she doesn’t mind the title of char Lady, If she does that’s my bonsai career over before it even gets started. Have to add that i got some really good help and advice from a few good friends before i got to ian’s garage workshop hope that can continue in the future. Back to the workshop there were people there at all different levels in their bonsai keeping hobby, They are always ready to offer advice and help in the art of bonsai keeping, Guess what, For Free.
    Can’t wait for the next workshop. {Lots to Learn.}

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