12th April

…garden makes an interesting comparison. Some of the newer Nuccio’s are not really that much better even if perhaps larger and ‘blowsier’. Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’ Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’…

26th March

…old plants are nearly dead below The Pound. Stripped of most leaves in the wind I doubt they will now recover. Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’ Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’ Rhododendron…

15th April

…in flowers. Perhaps new growth will yet emerge and they survive? A startling comeback if they do. Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’ Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’ ‘Magnolia mania’ may have been…

14th March

…although it is a bit darker in colour than our originals. Camellia ‘Captain Rawes’ A young C. ‘Captain Rawes’ Rhododendron ‘Bo Peep’ is at its absolute best on the main…

1st April

…‘Captain Rawes’ Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’ The granite boulder from Penryn Granite arrives at the cashpoint / entrance to the garden with the KPK trailer and Jonny Cann. Arthur Broom…

8th February

…Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’. Nice buds too. Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’ Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’ Early flowers on a previously hidden pieris which was under a huge beech tree which…

3rd April

…and smaller. Rhododendron ‘Mrs J C Williams’ Rhododendron ‘Mrs J C Williams’ Despite being nearly dead the three old Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’ are still trying hard. Camellia reticulata ‘Captain

8th March

…Belle’ 2016 – CHW Around the garden with John (Williams) after meetings at Tregaire and Newton about major building works on four derelict barns.Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’ is just coming…

9th March

…form of Camellia reticulata. Camellia reticulata A nice young plant of Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’. A different colour to the Tregullow bred one in the Auklandii Garden. Camellia reticulata ‘Captain

27th March

…this. white arboreums A young Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’ bought from France is flowering for the first time below Burns Bank. Different in colour and shape from the Tregullow plant…