When you’re looking for a new hobby, you could try something weird like appearing in the background of every news broadcast you can track down, or painting dogs to look like pandas, tigers and other non-canine creatures. Or you could take up a hobby that’s as fun and artistic as it is Zen and save up to 60% on an introductory bonsai course for one or two people with The Castle Indigenous Bonsai.
- Pay R82.50 for an introductory bonsai course for one person, valued at R165
- Pay R132 for an introductory bonsai course for two people, valued at R330
Considering that bonsai is often described
as living art, the shrub-sculptors at The Castle Indigenous Bonsai are the
perfect artists to guide you through your first steps to maintaining your
bonsai. Scenically situated at the Castle in Hillcrest, and stocked with
everything you need to keep your foliage flourishing – from tools and soil, as
well as a wide range of plants, pots and potentials – they’re the go to guys
when you’re looking to take up a new hobby.
With years of combined experience in the world of bonsai, the practiced plant experts will guide you through everything you need to know for your first steps into the world of bonsai. Taking you through the ins-and-outs, as well as how to maintain the plant’s delicate balance, the introductory course is perfect for those who are just starting out. Once you’re a little more in-the-know, you’ll walk away with your very own self-created bonsai and a pot. To quench your thirst after some intensive learning, you’ll also be treated to a mahala juice or cappuccino.