Autumn arrives at Shibui Bonsai a little earlier than many parts of Australia. Many of my maples have dropped their leaves so I can see the tangled mess of shoots that have grown over summer. In order to make them look good and to make room for new shoots to grow next spring they all need a good hard winter prune. Continue reading
I have finally found some time to update the current catalogues – see catalogue page for links.
At shibui bonsai we grow all the trees we sell so, unlike many stores, we cannot replace stock which has been sold until some new ones from the growing beds are ready. You will see that quite a few of the 2013 trees have been sold but I’m sure you can still find some treasures amongst the ones that we still have available.
Note that due to the hotter than normal weather last summer our trees in the growing beds did not grow anywhere near as well as usual. That means there will be fewer new trees available from Shibui Bonsai next season.
A few of the Goulburn Valley Bonsai Club members travelled over to visit Shibui Bonsai nursery today. All of them went home with new trees to turn into masterpiece bonsai.
I was too busy talking and showing them around and forgot to take some photos……. but thanks for making the trip guys.
Wagga Wagga bonsai group are our nearest neighbors to the north and have also booked a visit on June 29. Looking forward to them dropping in too.