HOORAY, after a long hiatus, the newsletters are finally up to date. Happy reading. Questions or requests to republish may be addressed to the editor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2013 Gallery of trees from the CBS show is now available on the Galleries page (finally). And the 2014 Gallery is on its way.
Enjoy the Conservatory's Bonsai Collection and learn about the rich history and technique of this traditional Japanese art form.
Franklin Park Conservatory as part of it’s Summer of Bonsai, will offer a 3-session class on bonsai taught by members of the Columbus Bonsai Society. August 16th, 23rd, and 30th from 10 am—12:30 pm. The costs are $60 for conservatory members and $65 for non-members.
If you are a follower of our club newsletter, you know that I always end my editors notes with the phrase "Bonsai=Perserverance". Well, this taxus is going on it's seventhe year of work and evolution. Here it is after 3 hours of Raffia and wire removal.
Visit The Arboretum’s Arbor Day Festival this year on April 26, from 10am – 4pm. With community organizations from all over Ohio, interactive displays, giveaways, crafts and tree climbing, the Arbor Day Festi
Make sure and check the calendar page for our events in the coming months. Then make plans to join us on our journey down the path of Bonsai.
Your Tropical bonsai are probably feeling discomfort now that the temperatures have dipped below 50. These are Ficus, Joboticaba, Jasmine, Fukian tea, Jade, and others that grow in Zone 8 or higher. Initially you might shuffle them in and out if you don't have too many. The area you place them in might be a garage, a greenhouse or a sunny window. But when the temperatures are mostly below 50 it will be time to bring them in.