FB Page East Rand Bonsai Kai Boksburg
Eastern Bonsai Society Highlands North
FB Page Shibui Bonsai Kai - Emmerentia
Web Page Bonsai Addicts - Pretoria East
Webpage Midway Bonsai Society Midrand
Webpage African Bonsai Association
Bonsai Regional Association TVL
Website for World Bonsai Friendship Federation
Webpage of South African Bonsai Association
Web Page Pretoria Bonsai Kai - Northern Pretoria
If you really want to learn, how to do bonsai, the internet will teach you a lot. But it will never beat the teachings and instructions of hands on work. The best place to learn, is by joining a club.
It is not recommended that breakables are posted. Bonsai via couriers also end up damaged or out of their containers.
We do not ordinarily do deliveries, so please feel free to come and visit us.
Tools are made from different grades of steel. Some of the steel is softer than others, and consequently get blunt a lot faster. These are also the cheap tools. If you only have a handful of trees, then the cheap tool will suffice. However if you need tools for hard woods, it is advisable to buy tools with carbon steel or manganese composite blades.
We open :
Tues - Fri 9am - 5pm.
Saturday 9am - 1pm.
Closed Public Holidays.
Our gate is closed. Please hoot to get our attention.
Bonsai are trees in a pot, miniaturised and worked upon to create an artistic impression of trees or scenes that we see in nature. Our trees are grown for local conditions and many of our trees are indigenous as well as endemic to our area.
Pots can be made of many materials, such as cement, mica, plastic, rock, but the best and most ethetic are clay. Clay pots are either glazed, to give a variety of colours or Unglazed, to give more natural earth clours. Bonsai pots have feet, whereas flower pots do not.
TOOLS CATALOGUE
Mikibu Bonsai
POT CATALOGUE
BONSAI CATALOGUE
ORNAMENTS CATALOGUE
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