27th September

…goes well with its exceptional striped bark. Is it better than the Acer conspicuum ‘Silver Cardinal’ at Burncoose? Acer x conspicuum ‘Phoenix’ Acer x conspicuum ‘Phoenix’ Acer x conspicuum ‘Phoenix’…

13th December

…in recent gales. Acer x conspicuum ‘Phoenix’ Acer x conspicuum ‘Phoenix’ Last leaves still holding on Magnolia dawsoniana outside the front gate. Just about every other magnolia has finally shed…

23rd July

…main stem. Fuchsia excorticata What a view of Cordyline, Trachycarpus and Phoenix. Cordyline, Trachycarpus and Phoenix Cordyline, Trachycarpus and Phoenix A bit of weeding to do here still! A bit…

15th May

…which survived the snow and endless rain of the winter and spring. Not everything made it. Aeonium ‘Phoenix Flame’ Aeonium ‘Phoenix Flame’ Aeonium ‘Du-Rozzen’. Aeonium ‘Du-Rozzen’ Aeonium ‘Velour’. Aeonium ‘Velour’…

8th July

…but otherwise a huge win here. Washingtonia robusta Washingtonia robusta Washingtonia robusta Washingtonia robusta Phoenix canariensis untouched too. Phoenix canariensis 2017 – CHW Stop and marvel at the peeling bark…

5th October

‘Phoenix’ at Burncoose opposite the mist houses on the main drive. Acer x conspicuum ‘Red Flamingo’ Also on Sinogrande Walk is Viburnum erubescens from the Himalayas with red fruits which…

12th September

…x conspicuum ‘Phoenix’ at Burncoose which I showed to The Garden Society a year or two ago. Much more red and pink in the autumn flush. ‘Red Flamingo’ was a…