Visit to Tregrehan – 3rd November 2018

…insignis may take its name from the seed clusters which perhaps resemble a radiata pine cone (doubtful)? Decaisnea insignis Decaisnea fargesii Decaisnea fargesii Decaisnea insignis Carpinus japonica with seed capsules…

15th May

…been slightly defoliated by strong winds. Manglietia Chingii Manglietia Chingii Manglietia Chingii The Burncoose plant of Decaisnea fargesii flowering beautifully on several of its multiple stems. Decaisnea fargesii Decaisnea fargesii…

20th July

…self-sown seedlings under the elderly Cornus kousas We had seed pods last year on Decaisnea fargesii but they are much larger this year probably because of the heat. seed pods…

23rd October

…Camellia sasanqua ‘Narumigata’ has been broken off in the storms. The buds show some colour and are nearly out. Camellia sasanqua ‘Narumigata’ Camellia sasanqua ‘Narumigata’ A fine tray of Decaisnea

30th June

…quickly the new growth has come where there were not flower heads. Prunus ‘Collingwood Ingram’ Rhododendron arizelum Rhododendron arizelum Seeds pods forming after the flowers on Decaisnea fargesii. By autumn…

3rd November

…extraordinary garden with the Townsends. Here are some highlights below, Griselinia jodonifolia Rehderodendron kwangtungense Fuchsia glazioviana Decaisnea fargesii Corynabutilon click here for full details. 2017 – CHW The berries on…

21st May

…‘Manhattan Lights’ Decaisnea fargesi Disporum longistylum Zantedeschia ‘Pink_Flamingo’ Podophyllum persepele ‘Spotty Dotty’ I was quite wrong about the enkianthus and embothrium being too far out to use on the stand….

5th June

…Caerhays:Quercus insignis rare plants rare plants Euonymus morrisonensisQuercus rugosa Decaisnea insignis Myrtus paraguayensis Viburnum awabuki Viburnum atrocyanea Plus Thomas Methuen-Campbell gives us from Penrice: Callistrus (a rare conifer) Quercus hypoxantha…