The winner of our first giveaway and recipient of a pair of Ryuga Multi Purpose Bonsai Scissors is Hayley L from County Durham.

You could win a pair of Ryuga 3 in 1 Multi Purpose Bonsai Scissors if you’re the lucky winner of our first giveaway in 2020.

We’re starting off the brand new year by running our very first giveaway. And the prize is one which any bonsai enthusiast will find useful.

You could win a pair of Ryuga 3 in 1 multi purpose bonsai scissors in stainless steel finish worth £50. They’re a great all round scissor which you can use for a wide range of jobs on your bonsai trees.

BBRS21 Ryuga 210mm 3-in-1 Bonsai Scissors Stainless Steel Beechfield BonsaiYou can use the scissors for trimming your tree and its roots, while the notch in the blades lets you cut slightly thicker branches as well as wire up to 3mm thickness.

Ryuga tools offer excellent quality at great prices, and they are produced for the Japanese market, meeting Japanese quality control standards.

These scissors feel great in the hand – they are a high quality tool that you are going to love using.

And one lucky Beechfield Bonsai visitor is going to win a free pair of Ryuga 3 in 1 Scissors in stainless steel finish!

For your chance to win this prize, you simply need to log into the Rafflecopter below and answer the easy question.

And there’s an additional social media entry that you can use to boost your chances of winning.

The giveaway will close at 11.59PM on Friday 31st January 2020 and is open to UK entrants aged 18+ only.

And the question you need to answer to be in with a chance of winning this prize is:

What is top of your Bonsai Jobs list for 2020?

Good luck!

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114 thoughts on “Closed: Win a pair of Ryuga Multi Purpose Bonsai Scissors

  1. Wendy Smith says:

    Very little needs to be do with my Bonsai in January, but pretty soon I will be trimming the roots and repotting

  2. Melissa Lee says:

    I would love to buy a brand new one from a gorgeous plant centre near me which specialises in unusual plants

  3. Phil O says:

    I took up this hobby to cultivate my patience. Trimming the roots too quickly can be disastrous as I have found to my cost. Still working on going at the right pace.

  4. N Brit says:

    Not to talk to my bonsais, I do that anyway to be more positive about what I say to them, my little beauties. Other than that stopping to have a cup of tea every afternoon in my greenhouse.

  5. Kailey Gibson says:

    To watch more videos on how to prune better, and in general, get the best from the tree. I only have one at the moment, but I would like more. I’m impressed with the Japanese art of tree pruning. I have Okatsune secateurs and snips.

  6. PB says:

    I’ve bought a book in the subject and plan to read it before attempting to look after my first Bonsai tree.

  7. betsy ferguson says:

    i will be pruning my trees this spring, but in the mean time, i spend a lot of time making sure they are watered and warm xx

  8. Toby says:

    To plant this season’s seeds, nurture the seedlings and watch them grow. 500g of acorns, 50 Judas tree seeds and 1 gram (1000 seeds!) of Princess Tree seeds.

  9. Leanne Bell says:

    I need to remind my partner to plant his seeds – I’m entering the competition on his behalf x

  10. DONNA LEWIS says:

    I can’ wait to get out and trim my bush – towards the end of the summer it went out of control

  11. Fiona jk42 says:

    To learn how to care for one properly as unfortunately I killed the last bonsai I owned by watering it incorrectly.

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