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These are a few of the items available to SBA members through our online Membership Sales page. These items are for sale by the membership to members only, allowing SBA members to sell on those no longer required bonsai items.

You can join the SBA to take advantage of these and other member offers. Simply join online now at the bottom of this page.

Members can click here to view all sales items.

shishigashira Maple

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shishigashira Maple
This unusual variety of maple, famed for its autumn colour has a 120mm wide nebari. The crown is 240mm from the top of it's plastic training pot. This tree now ready to be repotted into a nice ceramic bonsai pot. A ready made bonsai for the maple enthusiast.


Scots Pine (Chantry Blue)

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Scots Pine (Chantry Blue)
Dwarf variety with striking blue/green needles when mature. Initial styling done but needs some foliage and apex development. Lots of back-buds already. Seems to throw out buds relatibvely easily. 20 inches tall. In terracotta pot for last 3 years. Ready for bonsai pot in the Spring..


Shohin Larch

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Shohin Larch
Small larch, just 7 inches tall with a nice little bit of movement. In brown ceramic pot with gold flecks.


Pyracantha (Firethorn)

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Pyracantha (Firethorn)
Nice little pyracantha in white ceramic pot. Gently curving trunk with nicely placed branches. A good one for those who like smaller trees.


Scots Pine

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Scots Pine
A significant piece of material over 110cm tall, for development into a literati style bonsai. Price includes the oval Mica Pot.


Ginkgo bilboa

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Ginkgo bilboa
Established Ginkgo 300mm high in a ceramic pot 220x80mm deep. A most unusual variety, not often seen as a bonsai.


Juniper raw material

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Juniper raw material
Juniper for development. Tree 3ft high by 6ft wide. Pot 20" high by 3ft wide. Would need to be moved in a trailer. May consider an offer around the asking price.


SBA silver brooch

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SBA silver brooch
SBA logo silver brooch, approximately 3cm wide and a little over 2cm high. Also available as a tie-pin at 2/3 the size of the brooch. Enquiries to the SBA secretary, Roy Smith




Wanted

If you have one that you
would like to dispose of
then get in touch.
Old Pots
I have recently agreed to do some work with the Strathbrock Partnership in Broxburn West Lothian running a bonsai class for people with some psychological difficulties. I am looking for some old pots to grow on some larch and pine seedlings. If you have any then get in touch.




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