Ken Huth - Guest Artist -HUTH-A-PALOOZA May 21,2017 2:00pm to 4:30 pm

Ken is loading up the tour bus with some of his stock, and making a stop here in Columbus. We will be able to purchase trees of many types and sizes for our collections and projects He will be bringing a variety of stock in wide ranges of sizes-
• Shimpaku $5 to $50
• Scotch Pine- $5-$50
• Spruce whips $5-$15
• Trident Maple $1.00 - $125
• Japanese Maple $25- $125
• Winged Elm $1.00
• Morris Midget & Kingsville Boxwood $12-$25
• Ficus, Shefelera Parrot's Beak & Tropicals - $5-$35
• Brazilian Raintree $35-$45
• Erodium, pot & soil -$15 for 1 set up
• Cork Bark Elm $25 - $350
• Satsuki- $20
• Japanese Larch $5-$45 2 - 9
• Tree Tamarack- American Larch Forest bare root bundles -$27.00- in
• Ken Huth: topics/projects - to promote for Huthapalooza in May:
• Tridents over Rocks, Forests and singles to offer and use as examples to show easy techniques. They can buy rough stock or already started root over rock, Forests ,etc...
• Scotch, Japanese Red, and Bristlecone Pines, Shimpaku, Japanese Larch, Erodium and some other stock with decent quantities of these available for purchase. Some will only be a couple of each like larger Cork Bark Elm, Crabapple, Japanese Maple, and others for a wide variety of choices and ages. Maybe some odd balls like Ume', Ginkgo and?

Posted: 
Mon, 05/01/2017

New email address for the Columbus Bonsai Society!

Out with the old and in with the new.  Please contact us at ColumbusBonsai@gmail.com

 

Posted: 
Fri, 11/13/2015

Franklin Park Conservatory presents Summer Bonsai Show

Enjoy the Conservatory's Bonsai Collection and learn about the rich history and technique of this traditional Japanese art form.  

Posted: 
Tue, 06/10/2014

Bonsai does indeed = perseverance!

 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. 

Rich Uhrick

Newsletter Editor

 

Posted: 
Mon, 05/12/2014

Come by and see us at the Dawes Arboretum Arbor Day event April 26, 2014

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

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Thu, 04/10/2014

Check out our calendar of events for 2014

 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. 

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Thu, 01/16/2014

Protect Your Tropicals Now

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.

Posted: 
Wed, 09/25/2013

Thank you for attending the 2013 show!

We would like to thank all of those who attending the 2013 Columbus Bonsai Society Annual Show.

Our next event is on Aug.18, when Owen Reich joins us for a Weeping Willow and Bring Your Own Tree workshop at Franklin Park Conservatory. Workshops are open to members only, but observers are welcome.  The photo is from Owen's website. 

 

Posted: 
Mon, 07/29/2013

Hard Water, pH And Its Effect On Bonsai

This is a great article explaining the use of acidic fertilizers and vinegar to counteract the effects of hard water.

http://www.bonsai4me.com/AdvTech/ATHard%20Water%20pH%20and%20Bonsai.html

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Fri, 05/24/2013