9th June

…impact but conspicuously different. Quite different from Styrax hookeri and no confusion between the two once you see them together. Styrax hemsleyanus Styrax hemsleyanus Styrax hemsleyanus Styrax hemsleyanus Styrax hemsleyanus

18th June

…Styrax hemsleyanus Styrax hemsleyanus Styrax hemsleyanus White wisteria You will not see a better display of white wisteria in a yew tree than this! Tiny frogs still much in evidence…

19th June

…veitchiorum is a Wilson introduction in 1900. Look at the pictures and make your own mind up. Styrax hemsleyanus The very large trees of Styrax obassia and Styrax hemsleyanus measured…

18th October

…formosanus Styrax formosanus var formosanus Styrax hemsleyanus – no fruit – leaves are nearly as big as those of Styrax odoratissimus but less heart shaped Styrax hemsleyanus Styrax hemsleyanus Styrax…

9th May

…I have written an article for publication today on styrax but I needed some decent pictures of the unusual colouration of the bark and trunk of Styrax hemsleyanus. Styrax hemsleyanus

6th June

…just coming out. The flowers are in panicles. Styrax hemsleyanus Styrax hemsleyanus Styrax wuyuanensis also plastered in flower. The best display yet from this species. Styrax wuyuanensis Styrax wuyuanensis Catalpa…

7th July

…Styrax hemsleyanus is just over but quite suddenly Discolor are nice. Hybrid Escallonia not open yet. 1922 – JCW Just a day or so behind 1917. Styrax wilsoni – daisypetallum…

10th October

…are ready to gather. Staphylea trifoliata Styrax serrulatus has seeds which are green and only half swollen. Styrax serrulatus Styrax serrulatus Styrax hemsleyanus which has individual flowers rather than flower…

8th October

…Hedge) Styrax hemsleyanus (above Crino Hedge in new planting) Styrax officinalis (above Crino Hedge in new planting – one survivor from two planted?) Styrax shiraianus (Burns Bank – small plant)…

31st May

…The position here is different. Those species which seeded profusely last year are having a year off and have little, if any, flowers – Styrax serrulatus, Styrax hemsleyanus, Styrax hookeri….