23rd June

…flowers. Euonymus kiautschovicus Euonymus kiautschovicus Euonymus kiautschovicus Rodgersia pinnata full out and splendid. Rodgersia pinnata Rodgersia pinnata Allium cernuum was especially good. Worth Burncoose stocking this. Allium cernuum Allium cernuum…

13th June

…rounded leaves on arching stems. Cotoneaster fangianus Cotoneaster fangianus Euonymus wilsonii now in full flower and rather striking for a euonymus. Euonymus wilsonii Euonymus wilsonii The new laurel hedge protecting…

9th April

…quick review of the species growing here. Euonymus tonkinensis as a young evergreen plant. Euonymus tonkinensis Euonymus morrisonensis early into new growth and flower buds. Euonymus morrisonensis This is the…

Visit to Tregrehan – 3rd November 2018

…on a smallish tree. Another interesting euonymus species. Euonymus trapocosus Euonymus trapocosus Nyssa leptophylla was another brand new Nyssa species to us with startling autumn colours which had mainly shed….

23rd February

…‘Wolong Ghost’ Euonymus japonicus ‘Wolong Ghost’ Euonymus japonicus ‘Wolong Ghost’ Euonymus japonicus ‘Wolong Ghost’ Euonymus japonicus ‘Wolong Ghost’ So this is the true Camellia tsai. The plants at Caerhays which…

3rd June

…be as good as Styrax japonicus ‘Emerald Pagoda’? Styrax japonicus ‘Westpelaar’ Styrax japonicus ‘Westpelaar’ Euonymus porphyreus with sprays of delicate pale reddish-purple flowers. Another odd new euonymus species to us…

14th June

Euonymus morrisonensis with loads of bud. Planted three to four years ago. Euonymus morrisonensis Euonymus morrisonensis The newly planted Euonymus tonkinensis with no flower as yet. Euonymus tonkinensis 2018 –…

8th September

…none I could see higher up the tree. euonymus species euonymus species euonymus species Rhododendron kiyosumense with attractive autumn colour and a few still green seed pods forming. A good…

22nd September

…full of seed pods which are turning red nicely but no colour on the leaves yet. Euonymus japonicus Euonymus japonicus The Newton barn conversions are starting to take shape and…

3rd August

…8-10ft. hollyhock Euonymus japonicus in flower as a clipped garden hedge. Euonymus japonicus Euonymus japonicus Euonymus japonicus Pears – ‘Doyenne du Comice’ is the one with clusters perhaps? Pears Pears…