8th February

…appeared to have been eaten by mice. Viburnum betulifolium Viburnum betulifolium Viburnum betulifolium Viburnum betulifolium The bark on the trunk of Stewartia sinensis is identical to ours at this time…

27th June

…survivor. I think the other two were stupidly planted on the site of a former large bonfire. Viburnum betulifolium Viburnum betulifolium Viburnum betulifolium 1924 – JCW Much as in 1916…

8th July

…Viburnum betulifolium Viburnum betulifolium The first Crinum powellii (crinum lily) is out but the slugs have got there first despite the hot weather. The leaves are hugely slug damaged too…

21st June

…Styrax japonicus The bracts on the splendid Cornus kousa ‘Doubloon’ are now turning pink in the sun. Cornus kousa ‘Doubloon’ Plenty of flower heads on Viburnum betulifolium. A bumper crop…

20th October

…for now. Nyssa sylvatica ‘Wisley Bonfire’ Nyssa sylvatica ‘Wisley Bonfire’ Nyssa aquatica is still green all over. 2016 – CHW The seed heads on Viburnum betulifolium are ripe and some…

8th September

…Some redcurrant berries on Viburnum betulifolium but the pheasants are demolishing the lot. Supposedly this viburnum species does not fruit at a young age. Viburnum betulifolium 1988 – FJW All…

15th July

…smaller and more compact than I remember the originals. Next to it is Viburnum betulifolium now full out three or more weeks after I photographed the bud. This too was…