4th August

…has reshot from the base. Euphorbia stygiana ‘Santamaria’ Euphorbia stygiana ‘Santamaria’ Euphorbia stygiana ‘Santamaria’ Brachychiton populneus has sat doing nothing for three years. At last a little development of its…

22nd April

Euphorbia mellifera Euphorbia mellifera Euphorbia mellifera Another picture of Isla Rose! Isla Rose 2016 – CHW Another six boring hours (now 20 in all) on the Single Payment Scheme forms…

14th September

…certainly not obviously euphorbia like. I await the flowers next spring with interest. Euphorbia cyparissus ‘Orange Man’ Euphorbia cyparissus ‘Orange Man’ Calluna vulgaris ‘Silver Fox’ is one we have had…

23rd June

…more Burncoose novelties for the 2017 catalogue photographed today:Euphorbia choracias ‘Tasmanian Tiger’ seems very similar to Euphorbia ‘White Swan’ but if you like variegation this is one for you. Euphorbia

23rd April

…seen. Paulownia tomentosa Paulownia tomentosa Euphorbia x pasturei – Euphorbia mellifera is one parent. Not quite out yet but mellifera, alongside, was much as ours seen yesterday. Euphorbia x pasturei…

7th July

…its main shoots last week to generate more side shoots which will make cuttings in late autumn. The milky bleeding from the cut stems has stopped. Euphorbia stygiana Euphorbia stygiana…

13th February

…x pasteurii is something I saw at Penrice Castle as a 4-5ft shrub. A must for the catalogue! Euphorbia x pasturi Euphorbia x pasturi Azara microphylla in flower. My pictures…

17th July

…the flowers are full out, they are particularly fine. Euphorbia x martinii ‘Ascot Rainbow’ Euphorbia x martinii ‘Ascot Rainbow’ Allium senescens is a new species to me. A very decent…

12th August

…not much like us taking its cuttings in May and has poor regrowth near the top of the tree in the drought. Euphorbia stygiana Euphorbia stygiana This elderly Magnolia sieboldii…

16th December

…window. Very attractive and not seen before. Euphorbia mellifera Euphorbia mellifera Two echiums have died without flowering in their second year. Others look fit to flower next year. Dead Echium…