Bonsai Learning Center
The Bonsai Learning Center is the Southeast’s premier location for a full line of bonsai supplies as well as educational programs. With two locations in North Carolina including Statesville just north of Charlotte and a location in Holly Springs south west of Raleigh, we provide the bonsai community with both physical and online access to bonsai supplies and education.
We offer multiple workshops for beginner, intermediate and advanced students of the art of bonsai throughout the year. Each year we introduce new workshops to our intermediate and advanced students allowing them hands on experience with different species, styles and techniques. Additionally, we bring the top guest artists in for workshops which allow the student to work hand in hand with a professional bonsai artist and increase their technical knowledge.
The Bonsai Learning Center was first established in 1995. It is an excellent place to learn more about bonsai and to share with others the joys and experiences which come with the practice of this ancient and exciting art form.
We offer the following services and products
- Bonsai Classes From Beginner To Advanced
- Workshops Taught By Experienced Bonsai Professionals
- High Quality, Professionally Styled, Bonsai Trees For Sale
- Consultations For Sick Bonsai Trees
- Boarding of Bonsai Trees
- A Full Line Of Bonsai Supplies including Pots, Tools, Soils
Saturday, February 8 2020 CLICK HERE to register Sunday, March 8 2020 CLICK HERE to register 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Fee: $65 This is an open workshop, specifically focused on assisting you with potting and transplanting tasks. This date in February...
February 8 2020 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Fee: $195 CLICK HERE to Register These Japanese maples are sharps pygmy variety. The timing of this workshop is early spring which is an...
July 28 2019 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Fee: $225 CLICK HERE to Register This workshop will consist of receiving 3 different bonsai. The hinoki cypress are in 8" pots, with height up to 14" from soil line and roughly 3/4" trunks. The azalea are in 6" pots...