25th May

…I cannot find this species at all in The Plantsman article on enkianthus dated June 2011. Enkianthus chinensis Enkianthus chinensis Enkianthus chinensis Enkianthus chinensis Enkianthus chinensis is now full out…

20th April

Enkianthus campanulatus ‘Vesta’ Enkianthus campanulatus ‘Vesta’ Enkianthus campanulatus ‘Vesta’ Enkianthus campanulatus ‘Venus’ is more sparse in its flowering and the trusses are more hidden by leaves. Enkianthus campanulatus ‘Venus’ Enkianthus

14th May

Enkianthus these are the ones to grow from seed or cuttings when Roundabarrow nurseries visit us next. Enkianthus cernuus rubens Enkianthus cernuus rubens 2018 – CHW The Chinese TV crew…

2nd November

…campanulatus albiflorus Enkianthus campanulatus ‘Venus’ starting to go yellow. Enkianthus campanulatus ‘Venus’ Enkianthus campanulatus ‘Victoria’ – the remaining small leaves are yellow. Enkianthus campanulatus ‘Victoria’ Enkianthus campanulatus ‘Red Bells’ has…

11th May

…flowers and fully visible from a long way off. ENKIANTHUS ‘Vesta’ ENKIANTHUS ‘Vesta’ ENKIANTHUS ‘Venus’ E ‘Venus’ was out first and its much paler striped and tinged pink flowers show…

8th May

…‘recurve’ on the base of the bells. Enkianthus cernuus recurvus Enkianthus cernuus recurvus Rhododendron ‘Nancy Evans’ just out with a nice colour contrast. Rhododendron ‘Nancy Evans’ Rhododendron ‘Nancy Evans’ First…

3rd June

…and quite a bit darker than the one on our stand at Chelsea which had been given pre-Chelsea shade treatment of course. Enkianthus deflexus Enkianthus deflexus Enkianthus deflexus Enkianthus deflexus…

8th June

…as it is pink with stripes all over and much more like Enkianthus campanulatus var palibini. Enkianthus hirtinervus Enkianthus hirtinervus Enkianthus hirtinervus 1919 – JCW Madame Lemoine has been splendid….

22nd May

…even if it is only a photography trip. Pure enjoyment all round and how we have missed it. Enkianthus cernuus rubens Our original and true to name Enkianthus cernuus rubens…

17th May

…recurvus with recurved bells so these appear true to name. Enkianthus cernuus recurvus Enkianthus cernuus recurvus Magnolia ‘Honey Liz’ with strange green markings on the outer tepals and quite a…