PSBA - Who We Are

Puget Sound Bonsai Association is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the education of its members and the general public in the art and culture of bonsai. Club members have bonsai experience that ranges from beginner to recognized experts in the art. PSBA holds regularly scheduled club meetings featuring demonstrations and educational programs by national and international bonsai artists. The club also stages public shows and participates in community events where members' trees are showcased. PSBA was formed in 1973.

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Local Bonsai Resources

Pacific Bonsai Museum:
One of the finest in the country. Each visit is an inspiration and an education. This is where you take family and friends when they don't understand your new interest in Bonsai. After viewing this collection, all their questions will cease. Located approximately 20 miles south of Seattle, just off I-5, at Federal Way. Admission free.

Bonsai Northwest: The largest bonsai specialty center in the Puget Sound  area for tools, books, courses, pots and, of course, trees. The trees range from seedlings to incredible. Located between Southcenter and Sea-Tac, just west of I-5.

Elandan Gardens: Internationally known, world class bonsai collection created by bonsai pioneer Dan Robinson.  The collection numbers over three hundred in a waterfront garden setting, and features many rare species including a Rocky Mountain Juniper that is nearly 1500 years old.  Seasonal hours vary.  Garden admission $8.00.  Located on Highway 16 between Port Orchard and Bremerton.  

Asia Pacific Gardening: Chinese (penjing) style bonsai supplies and plants. Carries a supply of indoor bonsai, pots and rocks usually imported from China. Located at 19122 84th Ave South in Kent.