Welcome to the Victorian Native Bonsai Club
Our club specialises in Australian Native Plants and Trees as Bonsai. We’d love for you to be part of our club. Feel free to browse our content rich website and for more information on how to join so you can be part of our community and gain access to other specialised videos, events and our species database, please click here.
- Club Meetings coming up
The next club meeting of VNBC will be held on Tuesday 8th October, and will include the Annual General Meeting of the Club, as well as a demonstration and discussion on the windswept style using Australian native plants.
The AGM, as always, will include full reports on the activities and progress of the Club over the past year, as well as election of office bearers and committee for the coming 12 months. It will be an opportunity for club members to hear how the year has gone, to put any questions to the committee, and to provide suggestions for activities and programs for the year ahead.
The demonstration and discussion around the windswept style should be an interesting presentation, for a style of bonsai which often causes growers much trouble in developing a tree which really achieves a pleasing result.
This meeting should be a good follow-on from last month’s meeting, where we had a most interesting set of discussions about inspiration from nature in developing our bonsai.
- AABC 32nd National Bonsai Convention, May 2019
The 2019 Convention is over, but the exhibition tree photos are now available for viewing in the Gallery page.
Select the Gallery tab to find the photos of all of the trees exhibited at the 32nd AABC Convention, hosted by the Victorian Native Bonsai Club.
“Australian Natives Breaking Through the Bonsai Ceiling”
- Interested in becoming a Member of the Victorian Native Bonsai Club?
If you are not already a member of VNBC, are you interested in joining and becoming a member of the club?
The benefits of membership include full participation in all club activities and programs, receipt of the club newsletter every month, and access to the club’s building database of our experience in Australian native species as bonsai. Club membership now also includes access to video recordings of the presentations at each meeting, which can be especially useful to distance members and others who may not be able to attend a meeting.