27th April

…Tulip’ Magnolia ‘Honey Tulip’ A two year from planting Magnolia ‘Honey Liz’ is not yet as good as I saw at Anthony House where there was an orange flash on…

29th July

…with a flower! No idea if it is a male or a female flower? Muehlenbeckia complexa Muehlenbeckia complexa White lampranthus again. White lampranthus Crocosmia ‘Honey Angels’ full out. Crocosmia ‘Honey

7th April

…wonderful Magnolia ‘Honey Tulip’ perfectly in flower in Burncoose gardens today below the beech trees near the lawn. A tent on the lawn for the weekend wedding letting. Magnolia ‘Honey

7th July

…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 Another rhododendron honey fungus…

28th January

…new season’s growth is already evident. A very quick turnaround despite the recent cold. Rhododendron mucronulatums Rhododendron mucronulatums Another honey fungus rhododendron casualty stands out. An old oak was removed…

20th October

…onto a trellis structure. Viburnum betulifolium Rhododendron ‘Norfolk Candy’ has one surprise secondary flower outside the front gate. Another plant in this group is currently dying of honey fungus associated…

29th January

…in the wind. Camellia x williamsii ‘Donation’ Camellia x williamsii ‘Donation’ Camellia x williamsii ‘Donation’ This Rhododendron ‘Lady Alice Fitzwilliam’ is on the way out from honey fungus by the…

10th May

…variety? No idea but it came from Thornhayes nursery. Prunus jo-nioi Prunus jo-nioi A plant in the sales point of Magnolia ‘Honey Tulip’ is good for a first flowering. It…

20th April

…five flowers on Magnolia ‘Honeybelle’. Quite a nice shape as it opens but small, fading to crap! Magnolia ‘Honeybelle’ Magnolia ‘Honeybelle’ A group of three Rhododendron aberconwayi performing nicely. Slow…

28th June

…only planted in 2013! Styrax japonica Styrax japonica Honey fungus time of the year now and a recent casualty after flowering above the styrax. Dead roots from the nearby fir…