4th September

…species of crataegus to produce berries since planted two years ago. Crataegus schraderiana ‘Fire Ball’ Crataegus schraderiana ‘Fire Ball’ Crataegus schraderiana ‘Fire Ball’ Sorbus japonica with fruits forming amid the…

20th July

Crataegus wattiana performing well for the first time. Crataegus wattiana Crataegus wattiana Crataegus ellwangeriana ‘Fire Ball’ Crataegus ellwangeriana ‘Fire Ball’ Crataegus combyi – first fruits with us. Crataegus combyi Crataegus

25th May

…flower perhaps for the first time: Crataegus combyi Crataegus combyi Crataegus aprica Crataegus aprica Crataegus aprica The new growth on two separate (but male) Cephalotaxus fortunei is (today) quite different…

11th May

…huge bract! Cornus ‘Venus’ Cornus ‘Venus’ Cornus ‘Venus’ Fagus grandiflora var. mexicana looks tenderish and has dieback. Fagus grandiflora var. mexicana Crataegus wattiana now in full flower. Crataegus wattiana Crataegus

3rd August

…up well in 10 days: Crataegus ellwangeriana ‘Fire Ball’ – nearly ready for Asia to gather. Crataegus ellwangeriana ‘Fire Ball’ Crataegus combyi – likewise. Crataegus combyi Crataegus aprica is only…

29th May

Crataegus laevigata ‘Pauls Scarlet’ is still one of my favourite plants. Although Crataegus ‘Crimson Cloud’, planted this year, is very fine too. This plant needs re-staking yet again. Crataegus laevigata…

31st August

…combyi Crataegus ellwangeriana ‘Fire Ball’ likewise. Crataegus ellwangeriana ‘Fire Ball’ Crataegus ellwangeriana ‘Fire Ball’ Crataegus laevigata ‘Crimson Cloud’ has, as yet, not been gobbled up by pheasants. Crataegus laevigata ‘Crimson…

20th September

…effective today with the sun on it. This is a hybrid of Crataegus mexicana. Crataegus x grignoniensis Crataegus x grignoniensis Crataegus x grignoniensis 1974 – FJW Last corn and straw…

21st August

…plants. Crataegus combyi Crataegus combyi Crataegus wattiana with now nearly ripe blackish fruits. We viewed this three weeks ago. Crataegus wattiana Crataegus wattiana Carpinus polynura with attractive reddish new growth…

1st May

…2021 addition to the Burncoose catalogue. Large flower clusters. This species is thornless and quick growing. Crataegus wattiana Crataegus wattiana Crataegus wattiana Fagus sylvatica ‘Black Swan’ good too in the…