27th February

…up. Camellia ‘Takanini’ Camellia ‘Takanini’ Camellia ‘Little Bit’ is full out below the Tennis Court beside the path. Camellia ‘Little Bit’ Camellia ‘Little Bit’ Rhododendron spinuliferum like we saw last…

12th May

…are perfect for the show – these flowers last for weeks. Protea ‘Little Prince’ Protea ‘Little Prince’ Protea ‘Little Prince’ A self sown wild strawberry in flower – Fragaria vesca….

2nd April

…our cash flow should be not too bad for a bit yet but it will need careful managing by Joe as usual. A rather well signed landscape van was caught…

31st July

…hibiscus and lantana. The butterfly bit The butterfly bit The butterfly bit The butterfly bit Note the quails! Note the quails! Then into the ghastly attached garden centre with the…

20th May

…popular) government diktat now that the police can do little to interrogate people in cars or turn them away. Boris has got this right! By June the frustrated city lockdown…

16th October

…an odd bit of pink. Pound gate Yellow Hammer rhododendron has been good. Almost no magnolia seed. Some bits of Auriculatum and its hybrid. A few daffs breaking ground. A…

30th July

…(‘Skyfall’, ‘Early Sensation’, ‘Little Lime’, ‘Wims Red’). 2019 – CHW A young Taxus baccata ‘Aurea’ with particularly fine new growth in the shade on Sinogrande Walk. Quite a bit of…

3rd August

…you can see. Arguably nicer than Perouskia ‘Blue Spire’. Perouskia atriplicifolia ‘Little Spire’ Perouskia atriplicifolia ‘Little Spire’ Then we get to some outstanding new agapanthus varieties all in full flower….

21st April

…175 odd were by far the most lengthy to write and difficult requiring plenty of research about plants I knew little about (eg ferns). I would now be happy to…

18th July

…Star’ Agapanthus ‘Little Dutch White’ Agapanthus ‘Little Dutch White’ Agapanthus ‘Little Dutch White’ Agapanthus ‘Little Dutch White’ An interesting new low growing Sedum spurium “Dragon’s Blood”. Very good! Sedum spurium…