New This Month
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST ARE INVITED FOR BIMER BONSAI’S ADVANCED BONSAI COURSE STARTING SEPTEMBER 2021
Come and enjoy a free workshop with Andrew Sellman from 9am at the next meeting. After lunch Andrew will make a presentation and demonstration.
Since beginning his bonsai journey 16 years ago, Andrew travelled extensively in Japan viewing bonsai gardens, exhibitions and participating in 3 separate 21⁄2 week intensive study periods. Firstly under Keichi Fujikawa and Bjorn Bjornholm, then Noboichi Uruahibata and finally Koji Hiramatsu. These intensive study periods entailed 11 hr days wiring and styling different varieties of trees, learning horticulture practices specific to bonsai varieties, bonsai display and day to day nursery work.
Read Leigh’s article at the link above. (And congratulations Keith!)
Bimer Bonsai Market Day – August 22nd
After listening to some feedback we have moved the Market day to a more suitable time of the year. This will become our annual date and we look forward to seeing many of the sellers who were there in February. If you would like to help out with setting up or during the event see a committee member.
Leigh Taafe workshops now September 3 to 5.
Did you hear about the tea tree farm dig earlier in the year? Here is the story.
Have you seen our Bimer Bonsai Club shirts? Check them out and order yours now!
While Inaugural NBPCA (National Bonsai and Penjing Collection of Australia) Artist in Residence was here recently, he had time to stop by ABC Radio for a pre-recorded interview. Here is a link to the interview.
OUR 2021 BIMER BONSAI SHOW AT MT COOT-THA WAS A WONDERFUL SUCCESS!
Winners 2021 Bimer Bonsai Show
Interview with Elaine Bradshaw, Bimer Bonsai founding member – 1983
- All Newsletters
- Bonsai Show – May 2021 wrap up
- April 2021 Meeting
- April 2021 Calendar Tree
- March 2021 Meeting
- March 2021 Calendar Tree
- February 2021 Meeting
- December 2020 Calendar Tree
- December 2020 Meeting/Fundraiser
- Presidents Message July 2020
- Bimer Bonsai Show 2019: Winning Trees
Please note that during these times we will need to practice the COVID-19 safety regulations as outlined by the government and in place at the time of each meeting.
Bimer Bonsai Venue
Our venue is the Wavell Heights Community Hall located at:
Wavell Heights Community Hall, Edinburgh Castle Road, Wavell Heights, Brisbane Queensland
The safer entry is from Cressey Street (off Edinburgh Castle Road) which is not on the crest of the hill
(see map below)