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.
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As a consequence of moving into a flat former SBA member Jen Wright is having to give up the hobby and wishes to sell her collection of pots. There are 37 pots in all – a mix of 14 ceramic and 23 plastic and she would prefer to sell them as one lot. She is looking for £100 for the lot.
Her postcode is EH16 and she happy for anyone to come and view.
If anyone is interested they can contact Jen at : firstname.lastname@example.org
500g rolls of aluminium wire in the following sizes:
ALL proceeds go to the National Collection for maintenance and improvements of the collection.Sale proceeds go to a great cause.
Email me with requirements - can get sent to monthly convenor meetings for your convenor to pick up, but will also have on sale at national Exhibition, Gardening Scotland and West Lothian Club nights. Can also be collected from my home in West Calder.Don't leave it till your last 6 inches of wire - check out your stock and order now.
A unique opportunity to own a priceless piece of natural slate stone. 37 inches wide by 37 inches tall and 3/8ths of an inch thick at the thinnest point. Tremendously strong for its weight this stone was quarried from Skara Brae on Orkney and has been driven over on my driveway for the past ten years and naturally delaminated due to freezing temperatures. Many more sizes and shapes are available. May also be used as simple display slabs. Buyer collects.
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