3rd July

…‘Love you Kiss’. Very like the Hydrangea serrata ‘Kiyosumi’ in my old hydrangea reference book in fact! Hydrangea ‘Love you Kiss’ Hydrangea ‘Love you Kiss’ 2016 – CHW The Game…

12th September

…ten times WORSE. When you strip everything else out, the reason for lockdown comes from a single figure: one percent. This was the prediction that Covid, if left unchecked, would…

17th July

…I have argued before. Hydrangea ‘Love you Kiss’ Hydrangea ‘Love you Kiss’ Hydrangea ‘Love you Kiss’ A much older clump of Hydrangea ‘Libelle’ are doing well having again been cut…

27th July

you Kiss’ Hydrangea ‘Love you Kiss’ Hydrangea ‘Love you Kiss’ A good clump of Hydrangea ‘Fireworks’ blue too but the ‘Fireworks’ pink are flowering blue too. The older hydrangeas below…

24th April

…today. Do you think you still have the host plants at Caerhays, and if so, do you know their provenance? A wet day here today, so I will be progressing…

11th May

…tell you its name. A couple of (rather bad) pictures are all I can share for now. You will say you are not impressed yet – but you will be!…

10th July

…ground level. The inside of each of the tubular flowers is flashed with yellow which you only see if you turn an individual inverted flower to face you. Phygelius x…

11th June

…Pheasant feathers and rabbit fur as you can see but no youngsters. Probably the stoat which I have been seeing by the front door. stoat’s den The wild flower book…

17th June

…restaurant where you get your kit off to eat (waitresses included presumably). Jonathan muttered something about ‘naked magnolias’ which may or may not have been a phallic time warp or…

29th May

…It really does make you think. Here is the latest video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8S8Js-tEmlg&feature=youtu.be I was sitting outside the front door when out of the corner of my eye I saw…