We’re already busy getting ready for our Annual Bonsai Show at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens. Be sure to put May 20 and 21 on your calendar. You don’t want to miss this one!
As always, you can see what we’ve been doing by checking our News page. There’s a link at the top of this page.
If you want to join in the fun, just come to one of our workshops. Our next one will be May 6 in the Naphcare Education Building at Aldridge Gardens.
You can see more beautiful bonsai in our Annual Bonsai Display at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens May 20 & and 21, 2023.
Learn how to grow your own bonsai by attending our workshops and meetings. Scroll down to learn more.
We’re glad you’re here, because that means you have some interest in bonsai in central Alabama..
If you’re really interested, become a member!
- You get a member t-shirt with a cool new design.
- You get advance notice of special events, like private workshops with visiting artists, bonsai shows, and special sales.
- You get a member discount and priority sign-up for our professional workshops in February.
- You’ll be eligible to enter a tree in our big show in May.
- You’re invited to our summer social, something that often takes us to a local private bonsai garden.
Spreading the Bonsai Love in Central Alabama!
We hope you’ll take time to look around on our site, but even better, we’d love to see you at one of our workshops or meetings.
Our workshops are held the first Saturday of each month February through November 8:00-11:30 AM in the Naphcare Education Building at Aldridge Gardens on Lorna Road. Our monthlu meetings are held at 7:00 PM the second Tuesday evening monthly, the only exceptions being July (when our trees are too hot) and December (when our trees are too cold).
If you’re not sure what we’re about, just look at some of our News pages. We post photos of everything we do together.
To learn more, reach us by email or visit us on Facebook.
If you want to see more of our trees, visit this page of photographs of our show at the Birmingham Botanical Gardens in May 2022. We’d like to give our thanks and credit to Jane McKenzie for making all the photographs.