24th June

…arching branches and no spines but its leaf form is not that of the R. hispida which we sell in the nursery and the flowers are not pink. Robinia hispida

11th June

…Both are decent sized trees but, as you can see, they always try and shoot from the base. A Styrax habit. The bark is interesting too. Pterostyrax hispida Pterostyrax hispida

21st August

…‘Hillieri’ rather than Robinia hispida var kelseyi as I thought earlier. Both are said to flower in June but the leaf structure looks more like R. x slavinii? Not sure….

2nd June

…are about halfway in size and shape between Pterostyrax hispida and Pterostyrax corymbosa but out a bit before or alongside the leaves. Pterostyrax psilophyllus Pterostyrax psilophyllus Enkianthus hirtinervus now full…

17th October

…plant now is. Clethra delavayi Clethra delavayi Clethra delavayi Pterostyrax corymbosus was also planted in 2008 by the clethra. Pterostyrax hispida is much better known than this rarity which has…