20th October

…in the wrong location. It may well be smashing in a fortnight but is just hinting at what it can do. Nyssa sylvatica ‘Autumn Cascades’ Nyssa sylvatica ‘Autumn Cascades’ Nyssa

Visit to Tregrehan – 3rd November 2018

…cornutus Euonymus cornutus Nyssa aequatica with proper autumn colour. We have not seen this on our Caerhays plant as yet. Nyssa aequatica Nyssa aequatica Griselinia jodonifolia from Chile looks more…

10th September

…or shortly and enjoy some early autumn colours in the late afternoon sun. Nyssa sinensis showing its first dark purple hues. Soon it will be purple all over. Nyssa sinensis…

11th November

…Toughie’ Nyssa sylvatica ‘Wisley Bonfire’ has changed colours in the four days. The red is going and more yellow now. Nyssa sylvatica ‘Wisley Bonfire’ Nyssa sylvatica ‘Autumn Cascade’ has had…

22nd November

…‘Wisley Bonfire’ is leafless but this one still has some colour. Nyssa with autumn colour Nyssa aquatica has yet to turn colour and remains green. Nyssa aquatica Enkianthus cernuus rubens…

28th November

…‘George Blandford’. Camellia x williamsii ‘George Blandford’ A young Nyssa leptophylla giving us our first display of autumn colour in its first year after planting. Purchased from Roundabarrow nurseries. Nyssa

23rd September

…need to see what this species can do in semi maturity to make us recommend it. Odd but distinct leaves with a blueish hue. Nyssa ogeche Nyssa ogeche Nyssa ogeche…

21st August

colour on young leaves! What this species may lack in flowers it easily makes up for in leaf colour. Nyssa aff. sinensis Nyssa aff. sinensis Ehretia thyrsiflora with purplish secondary…

23rd March

…tree. Nyssa sinensis Nyssa sinensis Amazingly Quercus insignis was virtually untouched by the cold – unlike ours. Quercus insignis Quercus insignis Stewartia pseudocamellia Koreana Group had fine splitting bark on…

28th October

…clear red outside.Oxydendron arboreum – a bold red. Oxydendron arboreum Nyssa sylvatica – such a delicate yellow. Nyssa sylvatica Nyssa sylvatica Quercus coccinea – in the tunnel but still a…