18th May

…Tilia miqueliana Tilia tomentosa ‘Brabant’ – planted 2009. Tilia tomentosa ‘Brabant’ Tilia tomentosa ‘Brabant’ Tilia heterophylla (now Tilia caroliniana subsp. heterophylla) – planted 2017. Tilia heterophylla Tilia heterophylla Tilia x…

22nd June

…but nothing too drastic and a roe deer has enjoyed a few lower leaves. Thankfully most are now out of reach. Tilia carolina subsp. heterophylla Tilia carolina subsp. heterophylla Tilia…

22nd August

…Tilia heterophylla Tilia heterophylla I had always thought this tree was Persea japonica but now it has schima flowers high up. The leaves are not at all like those on…

6th May

…know. It is probably actually Fagus sylvatica var. heterophylla f. laciniata (a very long name for a very thin leaf!). Fagus sylvatica var. heterophylla f. laciniata Fagus sylvatica var. heterophylla

21st June

…well behind the styrax. Stewartia pseudocamellia The simply gigantic leaves on Tilia caroliniana subsp. heterophylla (syn. monticola). Tilia caroliniana subsp. heterophylla Tilia caroliniana subsp. heterophylla Compare to Tilia chenmoui (a…

27th June

…sheltered spot at the Grimaldis’ house in Bembridge. Sollya heterophylla Sollya heterophylla Rosa ‘Fragrant Cloud’ Rosa ‘Fragrant Cloud’ Rosa ‘Chinatown’ Rosa ‘Chinatown’ The rose named after the Grimaldi family. rose…

19th July

…starting to flower in Kennel Close. Stewartia pseudocamellia Tilia caroliniana subsp. heterophylla (syn. Tilia monticola) with enormous secondary growth new leaves. Tilia caroliniana subsp. heterophylla Tilia caroliniana subsp. heterophylla The…

15th May

…– the eastern Mayhaw, from Alabama, Florida and Virginia making a decent tree. Crataegus aestivales Crataegus aestivales Tilia caroliniana subsp. heterophylla was a gift this year from Nikki Applewhite. Tilia…