7th January

sinensis Stewartia sinensis Stewartia sinensis Huge numbers of old seed pods remain on the S. sinensis tree. They all appear to be sterile on inspection. S. sinensis S. sinensis Alarmingly…

9th November

…article dated 16.10.11. Stewartia sinensis Stewartia sinensis Stewartia sinensis Stewartia sinensis This one is labelled Stewartia monodelpha. No autumn colour but dry ripe seed heads with (also) five sections. No…

23rd February

…a distance. Nothing like the tea camellias at Tregothnan or what the nursery sells as C. sinensis. We take some cuttings for Asia. Camellia sinensis var sinensis Camellia sinensis var…

12th June

…stewartia in the garden in my time here as far as I can recollect. Nice buds which look a bit like Stewartia rostrata. Stewartia sinensis Stewartia sinensis Stewartia sinensis Stewartia…

23rd March

…catkins. Betula albo sinensis Betula albo sinensis Betula albo sinensis Quercus nigra ‘Beethoven’ – a record tree. Most leaves blown off. Quercus nigra ‘Beethoven’ Quercus nigra ‘Beethoven’ Quercus nigra ‘Beethoven’…

Email from Maurice 1/6/2016

Subject: M sinensis Dear Charles, Thanks for the very interesting pics of your sinensis. Attached two images showing the Windsor plant plus one of the Wilson herbarium specimens from Boston…

19th September

sinensis Camellia sinensis Seed heads on Illicium macranthum (BSWJ 11809) in the frame. Did I photograph the flowers? Illicium macranthum This is what the autumn colour should look like on…

8th July

…but Asia needs to try again later. Stewartia sinensis Stewartia sinensis Stewartia sinensis Stewartia sinensis Scaffolding up the towers for window painting next week. Scaffolding 2016 – CHW The new…

14th May

…been known to us as ‘sinensis’. I have sent these pictures to Windsor and others to see if they agree. The old plant still seeds prolifically. Magnolia sieboldii subsp sinensis

2nd January

…as a leftover from yesterday’s storm which incidentally was, as usual, not forewarned by the dear old Met Office. cryptomeria Pseudocydonia sinensis Pseudocydonia sinensis Just look at the white undersides…