This section of Bonsai Empire attempts to keep an up-to-date overview of Bonsai clubs and organizations in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and Europe.

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Joining a Bonsai club comes highly recommended to learn more about growing Bonsai trees; that's why we created an overview of clubs worldwide. Zoom to your area below on the map, or navigate to the lists of clubs in the articles below.

 

 

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Joining a Bonsai club is greatly recommended to start and progress in the Bonsai hobby. Besides workshops most clubs organize tours, contests and exhibitions; a great way to learn as much as you please about growing Bonsai. Inside the United States about 183 Bonsai clubs and organizations were founded, most of them member of the American Bonsai Society (ABS) or one of the regional Bonsai societies (find a list below). Please contact us to submit missing/updated club information.

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Joining a Bonsai club is greatly recommended to start and progress in the Bonsai hobby. Besides workshops most Bonsai clubs organize tours, contests and exhibitions; a great way to learn as much as you please about growing Bonsai. Inside Canada about 36 Bonsai clubs and organizations were founded, not represented in any nation-wide Bonsai federation for as far as I know. Please contact us to submit missing/updated club information.

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Joining a Bonsai club is greatly recommended to start and progress in the Bonsai hobby. Besides workshops most Bonsai clubs organize tours, contests and exhibitions; a great way to learn as much as you please about growing Bonsai. Inside the United Kingdom about 43 Bonsai clubs and organizations were founded, most of them member of the Federation of British Bonsai Societies (FoBBS). Please contact us to submit missing/updated club information.

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Joining a Bonsai club is greatly recommended to start and progress in the Bonsai hobby. Besides workshops most Bonsai clubs organize tours, contests and exhibitions; a great way to learn as much as you please about growing Bonsai. Inside Australia about 53 Bonsai clubs and organizations were founded, most of them member of the Association of Australian Bonsai Clubs Ltd. (AABC Ltd.). Please contact us to submit missing/updated club information.

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Joining a Bonsai club is greatly recommended to start and progress in the Bonsai hobby. Besides workshops most Bonsai clubs organize tours, contests and exhibitions; a great way to learn as much as you please about growing Bonsai. Inside New Zealand about 20 Bonsai clubs and organizations were founded, most of them member of the New Zealand Bonsai Association (NZBA). Please contact us to submit missing/updated club information.

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The countries of Germany, France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and Austria jointly have about 450 Bonsai clubs, mostly member of their respective National Bonsai federations and of the European Bonsai Association (EBA).

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