Nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains of Vermont with a trout stream behind the nursery, Mill Brook Bonsai is devoted to the art of Bonsai. Founded in 1997 after many years as a hobby, the nursery has grown to include native trees, tropical trees and imported trees as well as tools, pots and accessories.
Come and visit, feed the attack-trained Koi in our small pond and enjoy the quiet and serenity that is associated with this ancient Chinese and Japanese art form.
Mill Brook Bonsai was founded in 1997 after Sandy & Trudy Anderson had spent a number of years as amateur bonsaiists. The first greenhouse went up in ‘97, the second one, for tropical trees a few years later and then, as the collection grew, a third greenhouse was added. Much of our initial knowledge came from such folk as Gil Klein, a bonsaiist who moved to VT from the NY area. Later, Eric Schalk of Waterbury, VT added his knowledge to our early store of information and then, over the past years, David Easterbrook, Curator of the Bonsai Exhibit at the Montreal Botanical Gardens has graced us with his talents.
Over the years we have been fortunate enough to have guest speakers here such as Suthin Sukolsovisit, Harry Thomlinson, Chase Rosade, Mary Miller, Mike Sullivan, Colin Lewis and a host of others that have added to our own knowledge as well as the members of Green Mountain Bonsai Society who have hosted many of these events.
We have a large number of trees ranging in price from $45 to $2,000. There is a tree for every budget and for every environment. Here is a photograph of recently arrived Chinese Elms in the foreground; Taiwan Figs appear to the front left of the picture.
Myron L Meters is proud to do business with Mill Brook Bonsai.
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