5th May

…assamica Aesculus assamica Carpinus cordata Carpinus cordata Carpinus cordata Carpinus turczaninowii – with male and female flowers together Carpinus turczaninowii Carpinus turczaninowii To lunch at Borde Hill with the Stephenson-Clarkes…

17th November

…a variety Burncoose used to stock ‘Plantation Pink’ ‘Plantation Pink’ ‘Plantation Pink’ ‘Dazzler’ – excellent ‘Dazzler’ ‘Dazzler’ ‘Dazzler’ ‘Borde Hill Farm’ – another Loder one ‘Borde Hill Farm’ ‘Borde Hill

6th March

…Galsworthy who might know. rhododendron beside the road at the bottom of the hill in Grampound rhododendron beside the road at the bottom of the hill in Grampound rhododendron beside…

5th April

…pruning out so the trunk can better be seen from the drive below. Betula ermanii ‘Greyswood Hill’ Betula ermanii ‘Greyswood Hill’ Betula ermanii ‘Greyswood Hill’ Betula ermanii ‘Greyswood Hill’ Betula…

11th August

Next Day > < Previous Day CONTRIBUTORS: FJW 1955-2007 CHW 2015- JCW 1897-1939 CW 1940-1955 2021 – CHW Hoheria ‘Borde Hill’ also hides its flowers away in its foliage. Hoheria…

1st February

…landslip on Porthluney Hill landslip on Porthluney Hill landslip on Porthluney Hill 2017 – CHW One of the young seedlings of Rhododendron grande which originally self sowed themselves in the…

12th May

…properly. I suspect Tregrehan and Borde Hill especially will be interested. A Wilson introduction in 1900 but I know of no existing mature plants in the UK. Meliosma oldhamii Meliosma…

14th June

…Carpinus caroliniana ‘Red Hill’ Carpinus caroliniana ‘Red Hill’ A more mature but not yet fruiting Carpinus rankanensis (there are actually two). Carpinus rankanensis Carpinus rankanensis Carpinus rankanensis Another large Carpinus…

6th May

…var jacquemontii ‘Greyswood Ghost’ Betula ermarii ‘Greyswood Hill’ Betula ermarii ‘Greyswood Hill’ Betula utilis ‘Doorenbos’ Betula utilis ‘Doorenbos’ Betula costata – dead Betual dahurica ‘Maurice Foster’ Betual dahurica ‘Maurice Foster’…

23rd May

…work Thinning work Jaimie cleared around a magnolia at the top of the hill which is not to be thinned and is marked accordingly. One day you will hopefully see…