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January 18th Update

  Just a note, if you can get off of work on Friday.  The “bring your own tree (trees)” workshop with Rodney Clemons is the best value we offer every year. Yes it is $75.00, but is all day.  You can bring 2 trees or 10 trees and we will help you take them to the next level.  You can work on as many as you can stand.  You will cry “Uncle” before Rodney does, I promise!!


 Friday, Jan 20th , “Bring your own Tree” Workshop, Rodney Clemons at Timeless Trees.  – 9 AM – 4 PM, (8 people, 4 spots open) $75 per person.  Rodney will assist you with refining your trees, focus should be on conifers, deciduous since it is winter.  This a great opportunity to bring several trees, and do some winter refinement.  Wiring, Styling and potting.  Lots of Rodney’s help is provided to make your projects look soooooo much better.  You should bring your tools, wire, soil, etc.   We have supplies for sale, but only the expertise is provided.


 Saturday January 21,  2017:  Shohin Society of Texas meeting at Persimmon Hill Bonsai, 12001 Red Hawk Cove, Austin, TX featuring Little Plate Planting—We will plant seedlings through holes in a ceramic plate so that, as they grow, they will fuse into an impressive base. Each person must bring his or her own seedlings so start looking now!  You will need 7-10 seedlings with one a bit larger for the middle hole that will become the main trunk. Details from Steven Hendricks at stevenhendricks@sbcglobal.net or 817-239-7210.


 Saturday, Jan 21st, Japanese Black Pine Class, Rodney Clemons at Timeless Trees.  – 8:30 AM – 12 Noon, (8 people, 3 spots open) $100 per person, for everything.  We provide the Japanese Black Pine tree, pot, soil, wire.   Focus on Repotting and initial styling.  These are trees we have been cultivating for 2 years. Most are 10-18 inches tall, and have about 1 -1/2 “ trunk.  They have had ½ of the original soil changed out to the Akadama, Pumice Lava Blend.  Have been wire at least once. So they can be repotted into a bonsai ceramic pot. And wired again.


Saturday, Jan 21st, Shohin Japanese Black Pine Class, Rodney Clemons at Timeless Trees.  – 1 PM – 4 PM, (8 people, 1 spots open)  $100, per person, for everything.  We provide the Shohin Japanese Black Pine tree, pot, soil, wire.   Focus on Repotting and initial styling.  These are trees we have been cultivating for 2 years. Most are 6 - 8 inches tall, and have about 1 -1/2 “ trunk.  We will change out ½ of the original  to the Akadama, Pumice Lava Blend.  Have been wire at least once. So they can be repotted into a bonsai ceramic pot. And wired again.


 Sunday, Jan 22nd, Juniper workshop with Rodney Clemons,  9AM – 4 PM, ( 8 people Max, 2 spots open ) Workshop will focus on Foemina Junipers.    We have three sizes, so the cost of the workshop will be $60.00 if you chose a small one.  $125.00 if you choose a medium sized one, ( we have 6-8 of these) or  $200.00 if you choose a large one ( we have 3 large ones.)   These are great trees that you don’t see too often in this area, but grow very well, and bud back profusely.  This is the species that the famous John Naka Forest “ Goshin” is made of.  If you want to come early and pay for the class you can pick your tree.  Focus will be on styling and wiring.     Or you may choose to make a forest?          

    
 LSBF and Dallas Bonsai Society host the state Convention, “Bonsai: Make the Cut” , April 6th -9th.  Sheraton Dallas North Hotel, Demos, Lectures, Workshops, Exhibits, Vendors, Raffle, Auction.  Guest Artists – Bjorn Bjorholm, Daisaku Nomoto, and Juan Andrade.  For more info, contact http://www.bonsaisocietyofdallas.com/convention2017/Registration%20Form%20and%20Workshop%20Listing%202017.pdf

Upcoming events
Brussels Annual Rendezvous, Brussel’s Bonsai Nursery, Olive Branch Mississippi, May 25th – 28th          
American Bonsai Society/ Bonsai Society of Florida Convention, Orlando, FL May 25th -28th
Tropical Bonsai School, Year 1, Timeless Trees, June 1st – June 4th
Tropical Bonsai School, Year 2. Timeless Trees, June 8th – 11th

Welcome!

If you’re in the greater Houston / Rosenberg, Texas area and interested in growing bonsai trees, then Timeless Trees has much to offer to meet your bonsai needs. We sell quality bonsai trees, starter kits, supplies and accessories to help you grow beautiful specimen quality bonsai plants.

Timeless Trees offers one-on-one training through intensive bonsai classes and workshops. We teach you how to care for your bonsai and keep them healthy and looking beautiful. Our instructors are some of the best and most knowledgeable in the country. Because of this individualized service, we do not sell supplies, trees, or other bonsai related products online.

We are located in Rosenberg, Texas, just 30 miles southwest of downtown Houston, just a short drive down HWY 59 South. Our retail and training facilities are located less than two miles off 59 (the Southwest Freeway). Take Exit 36 off Hwy 59 in Rosenberg. A good map is here

We are open Fri – Sat 9 AM – 3 PM, and we are usually available by appointment. So give us a call, use our contact page to inquire about workshop schedules or to sign up for one of our instructional workshops. I look forward to meeting you in person.

Hurley Johnson
Timeless Trees Bonsai

Timeless Trees Bonsai - Neea buxifolia Forest
Neea buxifolia Forest

Bonsai (pronounced bone-sigh) is an ancient oriental horticultural art form. The word Bonsai literally means, in both Chinese and in the Japanese language, tree-in- a-pot. Originally developed in the Orient almost 2000 years ago, today the sublime art of bonsai is practiced throughout the world. Shape-harmony-proportion-scale are all weighed carefully as art, and the human hand combines this in a common cause with nature.

Definition quote from BCI What is Bonsai Page