Australian Plants as Bonsai Study Group

The Australian Plants as Bonsai Study Group is one of a number of Study Groups within the Australian Native Plants Society (Australia), whose aims are to further knowledge about the cultivation, propagation and conservation of Australian plants. This group has been in operation since 2001 but is temporarily in recess and not accepting new members at present.

The specific aims of the Australian Plants as Bonsai Study Group are to:

  • Determine which species are grown as bonsai,
  • Determine the horticultural characteristics of each species,
  • Determine the horticultural requirements of each species,
  • Explore the artistic and aesthetic qualities of species,
  • Publish information to help people grow and enjoy Australian plants as bonsai.
Banksia integrifolia    Banksia serrata
Left: Banksia integrifolia. Right: Banksia serrata.
Photos: Australian Plants as Bonsai Study Group

Newsletters

The Study Group gathers and shares information amongst its members mainly through regular newsletters, which are available to download from the following links.



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