7th July

…bird mix crop and is not native although it is doing just as well as the thistles. milky dysel milky dysel milky dysel milky dysel 2019 – CHW Another pilgrimage…

23rd June

…Cornus kousa ‘Milky Way’ plastered in flower. Cornus kousa ‘Milky Way’ Cornus kousa ‘Milky Way’ Fagus engleriana I believe which is a large leafed species I have not seen in…

14th June

…Dutch nurseries. There will be plenty more cornus out soon! Cornus kousa ‘Milky Way’ Cornus kousa ‘Milky Way’ 1980 – FJW Camellias above Play House hanging on well. Dry May…

26th May

…Red’? Cornus florida ‘Milky Way’ Cornus florida ‘Milky Way’ Beside it is rather a nice Cornus florida ‘Milky Way’ which enables one to see why it gets its name albeit…

6th June

Way’. The cornus next to it dead from ‘The Beast’. Cornus kousa varchinensis ‘Milky Way’ The new early growth on Acer mandchuricum was frosted off and I had expected some…

24th April

…place? Mainstream media hysteria has enabled the government to maintain lockdown unchallenged without any awkward ‘facts’ getting in the way. We have dictatorship by default and a clear pathway for…

11th May

…there is no way that we could collect the money in a socially distanced and safe way for our staff. Shops to reopen (perhaps) on 1st June but not restaurants….

30th May

…the nursery today were: Iris ‘Jane Phillips’ Iris ‘Jane Phillips’ Rehmannia elata Cornus kousa var. chinensis ‘Milky Way’ Cornus kousa var. chinensis ‘Milky Way’ Cornus kousa var. chinensis ‘China Girl’…

19th April

…many more away from the corona virus itself? When will people understand that there is a balance of risk which has tilted too far one way only. Tim has recently…

12th April

…hospitals are only 50% full as they await the onslaught. If they have 20% of their staff at home in isolation (or absent anyway) what are the rest doing as…