1st July

…properly as you can see. Magnolia delavayi Magnolia delavayi Cornus kousa ‘China Doll’ with few flowers this year. Planted 2006. Cornus kousa ‘China Doll’ Cornus kousa ‘China Doll’ Cornus kousa…

2nd December

…elliptica) ‘Empress of China’ Cornus angustata (now elliptica) ‘Empress of China’ Rhodoleia aff. henryi (BSWJ 11782) has made good growth too. Rhodoleia aff. henryi A nice young plant of Camellia…

30th May

…Cornus kousa var. chinensis ‘China Girl’ Cornus kousa var. chinensis ‘China Girl’ Styrax japonicus ‘Pendula’ Here are some leaf pictures of Tilia henryana to complete the Tilia leaf species photographs…

29th December

…‘Show Girl’ is full out and rather good despite the recent weather. Camellia ‘Show Girl’ Camellia ‘Show Girl’ Camellia ‘Show Girl’ First flower on Camellia reticulata ‘Captain Rawes’ right at…

1st August

…but some may be better than we have or we may sell them one day.Rosa ‘Birthday Girl’ Rosa ‘Birthday Girl’ Rosa ‘Birthday Girl’ Rosa ‘Birthday Girl’ Rosa ‘Happy Anniversary’ Rosa…

11th March

…granthamiana Camellia granthamiana Camellia ‘Drama Girl’ just coming out with its gigantic flowers. Camellia ‘Drama Girl’ Camellia ‘Drama Girl’ The Magnolia campbellii which took 43 years to first flower is…

29th May

…as it had been called previously (for years). Ilex dipyrena Ilex dipyrena An unnamed and, as yet, unidentified Keith Rushforth (10131) collected Photinia species from China. Striking undersides to the…

7th January

…utilis subsp. albosinensis ‘China Ruby’ Betula utilis subsp. albosinensis ‘China Ruby’ Betula utilis subsp. albosinensis ‘China Ruby’ We left this old yew tree in the Isla Rose Plantation to try…

1st November

…(pink No. 1 from Caerhays). Camellia sasanqua Camellia sasanqua Camellia sasanqua ‘Show Girl’ fades quickly in colour as you can see here. Camellia sasanqua ‘Show Girl’ Camellia sasanqua ‘Show Girl’…

22nd February

…the hammer. Camellia ‘Show Girl’ was nice on Rookery Path. Another new one to us. Camellia ‘Show Girl’ Camellia ‘Show Girl’ These are our own young plants of what may…