6th July

…and R coulteri very good indeed. Picked the first Auriculatum hybrid two days ago. Harrow hybrids would be fine but the heat ruins them. 1923 – JCW R coulteri has…

4th August

…of Romneya coulteri. Romneya coulteri Romneya coulteri Romneya coulteri Echium seedlings by the thousand! Echium seedlings Echium seedlings Citrus orange growing outside. Note the suckers from below the graft which…

6th March

…Romeya coulteri outside the packing shed had clearly taken a hit but much new growth undamaged and now growing again. Romeya coulteri Chaenomeles speciosa ‘Nivalis’ also untouched in flower on…

1st October

…And the very last poor flower for this season on Romneya coulteri on the front of the castle. What a show we have had here all summer. This plant really…

16th July

…Brunonis over. The following rhodo’s show bloom: maddeni, cinnabarinum, micranthum, fastigatum. 1911 – JCW L giganteum long over. R coulteri goodish. Wilson here and saw his Buddleias at their best….

23rd July

…you with a few pictures of exciting plant combinations: Clethra barbinervis and Stypholobium japonicum ‘Pendula’ Clethra barbinervis and Stypholobium japonicum ‘Pendula’ Musa basjoo and Romneya coulteri Musa basjoo and Romneya…

20th September

…armandii But it is very common in Cytisus ‘Porlock’. Cytisus ‘Porlock’ The last flower for this year on Romneya coulteri. Romneya coulteri Eucomis bicolor’s flowering stems have collapsed as seed…

9th July

…I have finished moving the best seedlings down to the home garden, started taking them out of the pans. 1899 – JCW Romneya coulteri open, about the first of it…

13th July

…a few flowers open. No Auriculatums moving. American Pillars are good. No Buddleia. 1921 – JCW Romneya coulteri at its best say 600 flowers?! 1920 – JCW Fortunei are passing….

18th July

…in the Drive Azalea – avoided like the plague by us all for decades. 1921 – JCW Perhaps there are 500 flowers on the Romneya coulteri. There is not much…