29th March

…plant Aucuba omiensis A mature and record sized plant Aucuba omiensis Flowers Aucuba omiensis Leaf form Aucuba omiensis Trunk Aucuba omiensis The happy news for our casual or zero hours…

11th September

…of the aucuba hedge is dying off. Some phytophtora peculiar to aucuba which infects only aucuba we are told. Defra has tested it scores of times all over Cornwall and…

11th March

Aucuba japonica ‘Dentata’ – for shape and density as a large evergreen this was quite a surprise even if you do not like aucuba! Aucuba japonica ‘Dentata’ Aucuba japonica ‘Dentata’…

12th March

…Roy Lancaster’s Aucuba omeinsis. They are pretty special by Aucuba standards. Aucuba omeinsis Aucuba omeinsis Fallen petals everywhere from Magnolia ‘Caerhays Philip’. Just look at the colours on either side….

13th July

…it on the new clearing above the castle. digger More dead aucuba by the Green Gate. This phythopthera only apparently kills aucuba and we soon will not have much of…

RHS Savill Garden Pictures 2018

…with red flowers – a must-get plant too Populus purdomii Aucuba himalaica var dolichophylla collected by Roy Lancaster and growing with us by the Playhouse. Flowers and seed setting. Aucuba

13th April

…‘Bronze Rambler’ Grevillea ‘Bronze Rambler’ You seldom see Aucuba japonica ‘Rozanne’ actually in flower. Rather pretty close up. Aucuba japonica ‘Rozanne’ Aucuba japonica ‘Rozanne’ An excellent Magnolia ‘Sunrise’ in full…

3rd January

…drive ivy on the drive More aucuba clumps now stone dead by the Hovel. This is a progressive phytopthora which only affects aucuba as we have seen before. aucuba clumps…

28th February

…few pictures. Seldom do you see the aucuba so well berried at this stage in the year at Red Linney. Clearly the pheasants do not like these berries. aucuba aucuba

14th March

…burmanicum) Rhododendron ‘Spinbur’ Aucuba himalaica var. dolichophylla Aucuba himalaica var. dolichophylla Prunus laurocerasus ‘Castlewellan’ Prunus laurocerasus ‘Castlewellan’ Amazing daffodils from Ron Scamp.‘Apricot Whirl’ ‘Apricot Whirl’ ‘Pink Glacier’ ‘Pink Glacier’ Corydalis…