31st December

…Edith Cross, on a reasonable day weather wise. New Year’s Eve New Year’s Eve New Year’s Eve New Year’s Eve New Year’s Eve New Year’s Eve New Year’s Eve 2020…

24th December

…of lower branches and general uplifting of Kalopanax septemlobus. Kalopanax septemlobus As ever the peeling bark on Rhododendron moulmainense (Rh stenaulum) is spectacular. Rhododendron moulmainense Rhododendron moulmainense Rhododendron moulmainense Flower…

27th April

…invoice for the last year to see that we do actually have (in theory) everything which we claim to, and a review of our prices against the competition. So one…

2nd November

…in height. Almost a constriction in the stem as might have been caused by a strap or tie but hardly at that height. A bit of lead shot even? Anyway…

31st July

…hystrix (armata) plastered in tiny flowers. Colletia hystrix Oxydendron arboreum running up a terminal flower spike. Oxydendron arboreum Poliothrysis sinensis – I do not recollect ever seeing this before in…

26th July

…flowers here yet? 2020 – CHW Steve has photographed another new plant in the nursery – Zephyranthes carinata. Zephyrantes are tenderish and tender north and south American bulbous perennials. I…

25th July

…of agave leaves was served in the evening sun. The latter quite revolting. 2017 – CHW More from Eddington’s Nursery.Thalictrum ‘Elin’ – may not have ever caught the flowers as…

20th November

…also on the clumps by Four-in-Hand. Rhododendron ‘Cornish Red’ Near ripe seeds on a young Sorbus dunnii. Sorbus dunnii Nyssa leptophylla now quite excellent. Nyssa leptophylla Disanthus cercidifolius gets even…

11th February

…from Margaret Miles of an unknown species of Eriobotrya collected originally in North Vietnam. Fully evergreen but not very like any of the other two species of Eriobotrya which we…

27th December

…had a huge but deserved trade price of £30 have survived. Semi evergreen but out before the other D. bholua varieties. ‘Jacqueline Postill’ nearby is not yet showing colour. Another…