SCBC Newsletters

Sydney City Bonsai Club produces an informative newsletter each month.

Below are some of our previous issues. These are in PDF format. If you have problems opening the newsletter in your browser, you can try installing Adobe Acrobat Reader.

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Newsletters – 2019

Newsletters – 2018

Newsletters – 2017

Newsletters – 2016

  • December – Grafting thread and side, Holiday Maintenance Must Do’s, Trunk to height aesthetic ratios
  • November – Fusing trunks, Shohins, Taipei Bonsai book review, Dealing with ‘Fig Rust’
  • October – Andrew Edge styles an Agonis flexuosa at the Tops Weekend, Jack Lin Taiwanese Bonsai Master drops in, Fig Styling by Min Hsuan Lo & Polystyrene Stones
  • September – Naoki Maeoka Workshop Bonsai South, Repotting, A Trident and 2.5 Years, Bonsai Deadwood by Francis Jeker – book review, Moss Spring Cleaning &+ Group Planting Tips
  • August – Concrete Pot Construction, AABC 2016 Grant Bowie Restyles a Japanese Black Pine, Melaleuca Styling by Quentin Valentine
  • July – Clinton Neski Restyling Junipers, Shohins at Bonsai by the Harbour & Exposed Root Bonsai
  • June – Styling Tips – Robert Stevens 2016 AABC, AABC Report, Juniper – Mass to mini & Huon Pines
  • May – Tips To Up Your Bonsai Game, How to Select Stock, Working Roots – Japanese Maple, Eriocephalus Africanus, Autumn Pine Work & Root Grafting
  • April – SCBC at the Sydney Royal Easter Show, Sample Guide for Judging, When to Root Prune Australian Natives & Restyling a Juniper
  • March – Another Method for Transplanting Eucalypts, Potting Mix Lowdown & 2016 Chinese Friendship Garden competition.
  • February – Making a Driftwood Bonsai (Sharimiki & Tanuki), Clerodendrum (Clerodendron) Restyle, New Style Jinning Tool & Callistemon Tips
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  2. I enjoy reading the instructional or ‘how to’ section and view photos of the bonsai being produced down under. I’m find things ya’ll do in Jan/Dec are similar to what I’d consider doing in Houston, TX, in August. Thanks for sharing as I’m rather new (3 yrs) into the art of bonsai! Cheers. donnie

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