29th May

…Tom is checking. 7. Photinia microphylla here is the same as Tom’s 8. Photinia nussia here is the same as Tom’s. Ditto Photinia nitakayamensis 9. The three Photinia villosa forms…

30th September

…var laevis Photinia villosa var laevis Photinia villosa var zollingeri Photinia villosa var zollingeri Photinia villosa var zollingeri Photinia villosa var koreana Photinia villosa var koreana Photinia villosa var koreana…

16th April

…at first, as you see from some basal shoots, but it quickly fades. We now have at least ten different species of Photinia. Photinia nussia Photinia nussia Photinia nussia Magnolia…

19th September

…is similar with a spreading branched habit. Photinia villosa var. laevis Photinia villosa var. laevis Photinia villosa var. laevis Photinia villosa var. laevis Photinia villosa var. zollingeri has much redder…

23rd December

…lacteus) I think David needs seed of Photinia integrifolia! Photinia integrifolia Photinia integrifolia Photinia integrifolia 2017 – CHW Embothrium can never decide if they are evergreen or deciduous with us….

10th November

…niitakayamensis now with fully ripe red fruits. Photinia niitakayamensis Photinia niitakayamensis Photinia macrophylla with just a very few single fruits. Nearby Photinia microphylla has died. We have really quite a…

18th March

…what I thought was a Gardenia. He says it’s a Photinia! Roy with what I thought was a Gardenia Photinia prionophylla (VK record tree) which might in fact be Photinia

14th October

…a puzzle! Photinia villosa Photinia villosa Photinia villosa Fallen fruit under Sorbus cyclophylla next door to Photinia villosa. I don’t remember seeing this species fruiting before but have seen the…

6th October

…Group’s stand at Chelsea next year. Progress! Photinia villosa var koreana Photinia villosa var zolingeri Photinia villosa var laevis 1943 – CW Fuchsias and lapagerias good. Very few auriculatum hybrids…

16th October

…Another Photinia with fruits to add to our recent researches in this diary. Photinia davidiana ‘Palette’ Vaccinum cylindraceum performing a secondary flowering which I have not seen before but apparently…