3rd April

…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 a Eucryphia lucida…

11th March

…Rhododendron calophytum Camellia ‘Mrs D.W. Davis’ with its droopy habit and huge flowers is just out for the first time this year. Camellia ‘Mrs D.W. Davis’ Camellia ‘Mrs D.W. Davis’…

22nd May

…‘Miss Honeybee’ The Michelia 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…

8th April

…x Magnolia ‘Purple Breeze’. First bud showing colour on the new Magnolia (Michelia) ‘Fairy Lime’. Magnolia (Michelia) ‘Fairy Lime’ Another of Alan Clarke’s introductions – a Rhododendron maddenia subsection [?]…

3rd March

…that they bend 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’…

12th May

…sold before we ever see a flower. These are for an order and not for Chelsea. Dianthus ‘Mrs Sinkins’ Dianthus ‘Mrs Sinkins’ Tiarella ‘Appalachian Trail’ will be spot on for…

26th April

…unlike the old plant on the main ride. Rhododendron ‘Mrs J C Williams’ Rhododendron ‘Mrs J C Williams’ The new Rhododendron williamsianum clump full out and clearly planted too close…

4th May

…Rhododendron ‘Mrs Furnivall’ Rhododendron ‘Mrs Furnivall’ This Michelia doltsopa is now leafless but the new growth is starting to break out. Michelia doltsopa The Rhododendron ‘Moonstone Group’ (campylocarpum x williamsianum)…

27th March

…in habit to ‘Mrs D W Davis’. Perhaps the best new camellia to emerge since the cold and snow. Aptly named too! Camellia ‘Extravaganza’ Camellia ‘Extravaganza’ Camellia ‘Extravaganza’ Camellia cuspidata…

18th March

…colour. Rhododendron davidii Rhododendron davidii Rhododendron davidii Rhododendron davidii Camellia ‘Mrs D W Davis’ with huge undamaged flowers. Camellia ‘Mrs D W Davis’ Camellia ‘Mrs D W Davis’ Our gardening…