1st March

…the “spring” season has been cancelled. So too the High Sheriffs dinner at Pentille and next weekends Rosemoor show. snow snow snow snow snow snow snow snow snow snow The…

10th March

…Gresham hybrid Magnolia ‘Manchu Fan’ Magnolia ‘Manchu Fan’ Magnolia ‘Pickards Snow Queen’ (Magnolia x soulangeana ‘Picture’ x unknown) Magnolia ‘Pickards Snow Queen’ Magnolia ‘Pickards Snow Queen’ Magnolia ‘Pink Flamingo’ Magnolia…

23rd May

…with posy for the Queen – Photo Courtesy of Sally. Queen’s Visit – Photo Courtesy of Sally. Then we get to the royal visit. The RHS say they will bring…

18th July

…‘Snow Queen’ above the greenhouse has made a much larger plant. Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Snow Queen’ Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Snow Queen’ 2019 – CHW The RHS have just given AGMs to 17…

5th August

…further cluster of three female flower cones on Araucaria bidwillii. Araucaria bidwillii Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Snow Queen’ with the first hints of pink in the flowerheads. Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Snow Queen’ Hydrangea…

11th February

…smattering of powdery snow through the nursery. snow Even the euonymus in the tunnels are showing their displeasure. euonymus Nevertheless lifting and despatching orders goes on apace. orders I find…

9th December

…A little browning from frost. Other plants elsewhere in the garden still to show. Camellia ‘Cornish Snow’ Camellia ‘Cornish Snow’ Camellia ‘Cornish Snow’ Camellia ‘Cornish Snow’ Camellia ‘Cornish Snow’ Carpinus…

29th November

…had not heard this story or account before. We need to propagate from the two plants above the ‘George Blandford’. ‘Cornish Snow Michael’ ‘Cornish Snow Michael’ ‘Cornish Snow Michael’ Three…

20th February

…normal decent day it seems for weeks.Camellia ‘Cornish Snow’ has shed in the wind but still plenty of flower left on the bush. Camellia ‘Cornish Snow’ Likewise under Camellia reticulata…

12th October

…var chinensis ‘Wisley Queen’. The fruiting is irregular and confined to a few branches. Cornus kousa var chinensis ‘Wisley Queen’ Cornus kousa var chinensis ‘Wisley Queen’ Cornus kousa var chinensis…