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’…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…