11th September

…flowering clumps of which some are on poorish soil but still performing well. Anemone hupehensis ‘September Charm’ Anemone hupehensis ‘September Charm’ Anemone hupehensis ‘Queen Charlotte’ – some larger flowers are…

8th May

…when rather smaller! Carpinus betulus ‘Fastigiata’ Malus hupehensis flowering well three years on from planting. Malus hupehensis Malus hupehensis Malus hupehensis A good clump of Rhododendron yakusimanum still in tight…

9th October

…perhaps or Malus hupehensis Malus prunifolia perhaps or Malus hupehensis Malus prunifolia perhaps or Malus hupehensis This is another (probable) malus of no great size which I spotted in the…

20th October

…Sorbus hupehensis with pinkish berries. Hillier’s now calls this Sorbus pseudohupehensis or ‘Pink Pagoda’. Sorbus hupehensis Another picture of the Sorbus/Malus (?) with autumn colour below Slip Rail. Sorbus/Malus (?)…

28th July

…a shrub than a tree. Planted in 2000 and the spelling in the planting records for that year needs a little correction (Maackia chinensis ‘Hupense’). Maackia hupehensis Maackia hupehensis Maackia…

10th October

…‘Scarlett’ Malus toringo ‘Freja’ has most attractive leaves. Malus toringo ‘Freja’ Malus ‘Marble’. Malus ‘Marble’ Malus hupehensis ‘Arie Mauritz’. Malus hupehensis ‘Arie Mauritz’ Malus hupehensis. Malus hupehensis Malus ‘Sun Rival’….

21st December

…a good late show of berries in Kennel Close. Very fine today. Sorbus hupehensis Sorbus hupehensis Sorbus hupehensis As was the needle colour on the dwarf growing Pinus mugo ‘Zundert’….

14th October

…from the original in the Chinese garden at Werrington. There are two at Burncoose. Malus hupehensis Malus hupehensis Malus hupehensis First flowers high up on the second ancient and slightly…

8th April

…Caerhays. Malus hupehensis Malus hupehensis Cornus nuttallii ‘Pink Blush’ with little pink but a choice plant which we ought to stock. Cornus nuttallii ‘Pink Blush’ Cornus nuttallii ‘Pink Blush’ Acer…

1st November

…and always look manky in pots and are slow to get away when planted. Maakia hupehensis Maakia hupehensis Kalopanax septemlobus is a superb yellow with just a few leaves on…