Our first workshop of the year with a visiting artist...

See more photos here 

A gem is not polished without rubbing, nor a person perfected without trials.  

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ED TROUT WORKSHOP

JUNE 2018​​

The Bud Shafer Memorial Bench at the Jim Smith Bonsai Gallery, Heathcote Botanical Gardens. Bench provided by donations from the Broward & Gold Coast Bonsai Societies.

"The Art of Bonsai”        

presented by Flamingo Gardens:
Class Schedule: ***

Dec 1, 2018, Jan 5, 2019 - Gallery

Jan 12, 19 in BBQ house,

Feb 16, March 2 - Gallery

(***for more information and future dates when available, click on Class Schedule above; classes to be held in the gallery unless otherwise notified.

Bonsai Tip: Rainy season can bring an excessive growth of moss and hiding in that moss can be the formation of a dark jelly-like mass called slime mold....  read more about this plant like parasite here

JANUARY Bonsai Care

(information provided by the Central Florida Bonsai Club)

 ​Upcoming Events

 (go to Events for details and other events)

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March 23, 2019

Lighthouse Bonsai Auction       


May 2018 - BSF CONVENTION


September 2018*                                  BSF Visiting Artist                  RODNEY CLEMMONS details TBA


​**Club members - contact Heidi to sign up for the workshops

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BONSAI, both an art form and horticulture...


Photos from the Broward Bonsai Society can be viewed here:  browardbonsai.smugmug.com

BBS EXHIBIT 2018

APRIL 21-22, 2018

​Flamingo Gardens​​​​

JUAN ANDRADE WORKSHOP

MARCH 24, 2018​​

A power failure during Ed Trout's demo gave some interesting lighting...                             See more photos here

Bonsai (pronounced bone-sigh) is an art form similar to painting, music, and sculpture which provides each of us with an opportunity to demonstrate our creative expression and horticultural techniques. Bonsai, translated literally from Japanese, means “tree in a tray”. It can be considered 50% art form and 50% horticulture.


BROWARD BONSAI SOCIETY