Other Local Sites

Display # 
1 Bonsai in South Africa
Bonsai Clubs in South Africa’s public forum with Galleries of revered Bonsai artists. This site will host regular updates of events and is the home of Bonsai in South Africa magazine
2 Bonsai Tree
Bonsai Tree is a website dedicated to the art of bonsai with particular focus on South African styles, artists, trees and techniques.
3 Bonsai4U
Charles Ceronio started in 1968 and advocated the use of indigenous plant material for Bonsai, due to their adaptability to the harsh African climate.
He has traveled extensively all over South Africa by invitation of various Bonsai Clubs due to his skill and expertise in the field.
4 Carl Morrow - The Bonsai Doctor
Dr Carl Morrow is a well known South African bonsai author and practitioner.
5 Oriental Arts South Africa
Oriental Arts - A South African website community for various oriental arts.

Submit your web link

If you have a website which you would like to have appear on these pages, please contact me with the particulars and the link where our website appears on your site.

Contact Us

We would be happy to hear from you should you like to find out more about the club, meetings or bonsai in general.

Send us a mail

Year Programme

We have an exciting calendar of club meetings, events and public exhibitions planned for 2017/8.

Learn more


Last leaf has fallen

Tree will sleep and I will dream

Spring is tomorrow

Random Bonsai Tip

So much time is spent on striving towards perfection in the foliage area of trees but little contemplation goes into the area around the nebari. Consider planting your tree at different heights in the pot which might enhance the existing taper and roots. If your tree lacks roots use moss mounded in such a way to suggest underlying roots, or you can even use sticks of similar appearance to the wood of the tree as 'fake' roots until you are able to coerce roots to fill the void. Use appropriate gravel to complete the scene.