4th March

…which cuttings were taken at Tregullow. A record tree there I believe which looks much like a yew! Saxegothaea conspicua Saxegothaea conspicua I think this is Camellia reticulata ‘William Hertrich’…

12th August

…on our larger trees. Saxegothaea conspicua Saxegothaea conspicua Another young Torreya taxifolia by Tin Garden with a more upright habit and fleshy new growth. Torreya taxifolia Torreya taxifolia So we…

23rd September

…on any of our several young trees or the record tree at Tregullow gardens. I should ask James Williams. Saxegothaea conspicua Saxegothaea conspicua Malus yunnanensis var. veitchii with one crab-apple…

6th March

…seed after flowering. Crabiodendron yunnanense A rather better plant here too of Saxegothaea conspicua which is rather less drawn and leggy than the one a day or two ago. A…

20th May

…a better yellow when first into flower. Rhododendron ‘Catherine Fortescue’ Rhododendron ‘Catherine Fortescue’ The record Saxegothaea conspicua on the main drive. Saxegothaea conspicua Rosa ‘Canary Bird’ looking good by the…

28th May

…Still a bit shy to flower with only five flowers today but this may improve. Magnolia ‘Southern Belle’ Magnolia ‘Southern Belle’ Pale mauve new growth on Saxegothaea conspicua. You would…

24th December

…seed clusters which I collect for Asia to grow. Crabiodendron yunnanense Crabiodendron yunnanense Saxegothaea conspicua is doing well. Saxegothaea conspicua As are a row of Rhododendron arboreum but in too…

5th April

…will see the first house martin back here? Saxegothaea conspicua with fruits just starting to form. Saxegothaea conspicua Torreya taxifolia with flowers about to come out along and under the…

13th February

…annoying storm damage to a 10 year old Saxegothaea conspicua in Kennel Close. Saxegothaea conspicua 2018 – CHW A day out with Clare (the nursery buyer) and Asia (the Caerhays…

11th December

…spring. Here a Prince Albert’s Yew (Saxegothaea conspicua) to give shelter one day from the east. Prince Albert’s Yew The reinforcements to the windbreak above the path are now in…