Indoors As leaves drop from semi hardy deciduous trees, wait an extra week or two and then put them in the greenhouse if you have one. Leaves from tropicals (already in the greenhouse) will fall and must be cleaned up immediately. Set out bait for slugs and mice to prevent winter problems. No fertilizing isContinue reading “Fall Bonsai Chores”
Category Archives: Wintering
November TWIG newsletter
Pictured is a rare variety of Icicle Buttonwood that looks pretty when frozen but dies immediately. I understand this tree survived though I can’t imagine why. Click HERE to download the November TWIG newsletter of the Mohawk Hudson Bonsai Society. Our next meeting is November 23 (a bit earlier thanks to Thanksgiving) and PFM Bonsai willContinue reading “November TWIG newsletter”
Explore the mysteries of winter bonsai storage with MHBS
The November 24 meeting of MHBS, at PFM Bonsai in West Charlton, will include a WINTER STORAGE ROUND TABLE. Join a spirited discussion and learn techniques for getting your trees through this challenging season safe and sound. Share lunch and show off of your bonsai at noon, with a meeting and program to follow. AsContinue reading “Explore the mysteries of winter bonsai storage with MHBS”
The December TWIG, official newsletter of the Mohawk Hudson Bonsai Society, contains photos from our group design session at November’s meeting, news about upcoming events and next spring’s Mid Atlantic Bonsai Society event, and great info from Pauline on wintering trees.