2nd September

…as hardy, common or floriferous even though from the Mediterranean rather than Chile. That is the ‘common’ bit I suppose. Myrtus luma Myrtus luma Myrtus luma Myrtus luma Myrtus luma…

15th July

…still fine. Ugni molinae Ugni molinae Myrtus communis subsp. tarentina pictures for the care article just written on this subject and perhaps better than we have for website too. Myrtus

28th April

…offinalis biloba A very late Myrtus lechleriana just starting to flower. Other plants were out in late February. Wonderful bronzy new growth. Myrtus lechleriana Myrtus lechleriana Back on the drive….

18th February

…May. Saw it full out at Trewithen a fortnight ago too. It has a fairly nasty scent close up but not too bad at a distance. Myrtus lechleriana Myrtus lechleriana…

13th October

…wilsoniana have now turned an attractive bright red. Sorbus wilsoniana Sorbus wilsoniana Even now the remnants of The Beast are still showing up. Luma apiculata (Myrtus luma) has considerable bark…

14th July

…nice. Hebes hate high rainfall and get mildew in the nursery but thrive here. Hebe ‘Autumn Glory’ Hebe ‘Autumn Glory’ Myrtus communis subsp tarrentina – just the odd single flower…

3rd July

…capable of achieving this sort of height. Phygelius Phygelius Crinum powellii The Crinum powellii leaves have been untroubled by slugs but no flowers yet. Myrtus communis var tarentina Alongside is…

9th January

…(WWJ 11604) is now full out and looking very fine for the time of the year. Polyspora longicarpa Myrtus communis seedlings have germinated in a stack of conifer wood. Myrtus

5th June

…Euonymus morrisonensisQuercus rugosa Decaisnea insignis Myrtus paraguayensis Viburnum awabuki Viburnum atrocyanea Plus Thomas Methuen-Campbell gives us from Penrice: Callistrus (a rare conifer) Quercus hypoxantha Salix aff moupinense (TH Vietnam) 2015…

8th October

…a female form of fastigiate holly which has yellowish new growth. Here with its first crop of berries that I have seen anyway. Planted 2008. Myrtus ugni loaded with nearly…