In this issue, BCI director Kath Hughes and accredited bonsai judge Malcolm Hughes have written the first of a three part presentation on judging bonsai. Look for part two in an upcoming issue. The third part will be a judging form that will help clubs evaluate bonsai trees in competition.
BCI president Tom Elias recently attended Japan’s premier bonsai show, the Kokufu Bonsai Ten and reports on this prestigious exhibition and the suiseki show that coincided with this event.
Kath Hughes reports on the Noelanders Trophy in Belgium, a bonsai event that continues to grow in stature with each occurrence.
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BCI celebrates its 50th anniversary and our members’ best trees and stones. This selection of 50 viewing stones and 50 bonsai trees from all over the world, marks the golden anniversary of a bonsai organization with an international focus. We hope to inspire and stimulate bonsai and stone enthusiasts everywhere by sharing and acknowledging the treasures in the BCI world and to promote international friendships.
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One of the great advantages of being involved with Bonsai Clubs International (BCI) is the opportunity to share information and to learn from a truly global community of people interested in this ancient art form of bonsai and its associated art forms.Read More