3rd April

…‘Wada’s Memory’ behind it. Rhododendron macabeanum Good to see the elderly Rhododendron ‘Mrs J C Williams’ still flowering away. Rhododendron ‘Mrs J C Williams’ Rhododendron ‘Mrs J C Williams’ Half…

25th February

…care and will need staking. Rhododendron ‘Mrs Butler’ layers Rhododendron ‘Mrs Butler’ layers Rhododendron ‘Mrs Butler’ layers Rhododendron ‘Mrs Butler’ layers These have been planted in a prepared site below…

11th March

…droopy habit and huge flowers is just out for the first time this year. Camellia ‘Mrs D.W. Davis’ Camellia ‘Mrs D.W. Davis’ Syringa reticulata already in leaf/growth a week on…

20th May

…needed for the website. Attractive new growth and buds about to open. Viburnum hoangliense Viburnum hoangliense Rhododendron ‘Mrs Lionel de Rothschild’ now full out. Rhododendron ‘Mrs Lionel de Rothschild’ Rhododendron…

22nd May

…doltsopas are now back into full leaf thankfully. Michelia doltsopa 2019 – CHW Mrs Williams and Mrs Clarke hiding (exhausted) in the shade outside the exhibitors ‘tent’. Mrs Williams and…

26th April

…of supposedly Rhododendron ‘Mrs J C Williams’ but no pink blotch? Very unlike the old plant on the main ride. Rhododendron ‘Mrs J C Williams’ Rhododendron ‘Mrs J C Williams’…

12th May

…for an order and not for Chelsea. Dianthus ‘Mrs Sinkins’ Dianthus ‘Mrs Sinkins’ Tiarella ‘Appalachian Trail’ will be spot on for the stand as will the other tiarella varieties. The…

4th May

…about 10ft. Rhododendron zaleucum Rhododendron zaleucum Aextoxicon punctatum is making a small tree. Aextoxicon punctatum Aextoxicon punctatum Rhododendron ‘Mrs Furnivall’ according to the plan. Rhododendron ‘Mrs Furnivall’ Rhododendron ‘Mrs Furnivall’…

3rd March

…the branches down so that you cannot really see the flowers properly. Camellia ‘Mrs D W Davis’ Camellia ‘Mrs D W Davis’ Camellia ‘Mrs D W Davis’ The unnamed Magnolia…

12th April

…Magnolia ‘Randy’ Magnolia ‘Randy’ A carpet of fallen flowers under Rhododendron ‘Mrs Butler’. Rhododendron ‘Mrs Butler’ Magnolia ‘Ann’ is another of the ‘girls’. Very odd and tiny flowers at first…