17th November

…right name but an excellent plant – perhaps the most floriferous we saw today “Winter’s Joy” “Winter’s Joy” ‘Rainbow’ ‘Rainbow’ ‘Rainbow’ ‘Paradise Helen’ ‘Paradise Helen’ ‘Paradise Helen’ ‘Paradise Blush’ ‘Paradise

12th September

…unexpected Camellia ‘Sundae’ Camellia sasanqua ‘Paradise Hilda’ Camellia sasanqua ‘Paradise Hilda’ Camellia ‘Gay Border’ Camellia ‘Gay Border’ Camellia sasanqua ‘Narumigata’ – this one I would have expected The Muehlenbeckia complexa…

5th February

…‘Paradise Glow’] Camellia ‘Paradise Glow’ Camellia ‘Paradise Glow’ Camellia ‘Paradise Glow’ Camellia ‘Adolphe Audusson’ also just out with some wind damage. Camellia ‘Adolphe Audusson’ Camellia ‘Adolphe Audusson’ 2017 – CHW…

25th July

…the breeding pens at Paradise Park, Trewithen and Trelowarren. Paradise Park already have one litter this year. These pictures of Ross and Demelza were not taken by me but show…

28th October

…twelve different varieties out in flower here planted in 2005 which have made large plants in a short time. These ‘Paradise Collection’ sasanquas, as they were known, were originally destined…

31st January

…white blotches on some flowers as we expect Camellia ‘Apollo’ Camellia ‘Apollo’ Camellia sasanqua ‘Paradise Blush’ – as labelled but perhaps incorrectly! Blush is pink in bud fading to white….

2nd June

…growth and small damp glades of exotic, rare and tender plants which you seldom, if ever, see surviving outside the greenhouse. A unique and wonderful plantsman’s paradise and the smallest…

15th December

…some years ago. The Pinus was probably only around, or just over, a hundred years old. Pinus pinaster Pinus pinaster Camellia sasanqua ‘Paradise Blush’ looking very fine on the drive….

16th July

…in the UK. Smugglers paradise 200 to 300 years ago. Today 80,000 visitors (entry £3.00 for OAPs and £4.00 adults). Half is a natural woodland gorge with steep steps and…