9th June

separate species as thought until fairly recently. Styrax japonicus ‘Fargesii’ Styrax japonicus ‘Fargesii’ Styrax japonicus ‘Fargesii’ Styrax japonicus ‘Fargesii’ Styrax japonicus ‘Fargesii’ Styrax japonicus ‘Fargesii’ c) Styrax hemsleyanus – I…

8th October

…hookeri (several mature plants – Rockery, Slip Rail, Georges Hut) Styrax hookeri Styrax hookeri Styrax hookeri Styrax obassia (Drive and Bond Street – old plant at Crino Hedge nearly dead)Styrax

18th October

Styrax faberi Styrax faberi Styrax formosanus ‘Hayatiana’ Styrax formosanus ‘Hayatiana’ Styrax formosanus ‘Hayatiana’ Styrax formosanus ‘Hayatiana’ Styrax formosanus ‘Hayatiana’ Styrax formosanus var formosanus Styrax formosanus var formosanus Styrax formosanus var…

10th June

…japonicus ‘Pendulus’ Styrax japonicus ‘Pendulus’ Styrax japonicus ‘Pendulus’ Styrax japonicus ‘Pendulus’ Styrax japonicus ‘Emerald Pagoda’ is also full out and has grown quickly into a floriferous small tree. Larger flowers…

17th June

…Manglietia insignis Manglietia insignis Manglietia insignis Manglietia insignis More pictures of Styrax formosanus full out. Styrax formosanus Styrax formosanus Styrax formosanus Likewise Styrax wuyuanensis also full out. Styrax wuyuanensis Styrax

12th June

…leaf is even larger than on our more mature plant. Enormous by comparison to any other Styrax japonicus variety or the species itself. Styrax japonicus ‘Sohuksan’ Styrax japonicus ‘Sohuksan’ Styrax

19th June

Styrax hookeri Styrax hookeri Styrax hookeri Michael Lear lists it as a Record Tree in 2010 and refers to it as being ‘propped up’. It has now shot from the…

29th June

…to our collection. Shrubby and suckering like Styrax wilsonii. Styrax limprichtii Styrax limprichtii Styrax limprichtii Squirrels have taken a liking to Tom’s Rehderodendron macrocarpum and done untold damage much earlier…

20th June

…Cornus iberica Styrax japonicus from Taehuksando (BSWJ 14182) flowering nicely for the first time. Large hanging flowers. Styrax japonicus Styrax japonicus Styrax japonicus Nyssa leptophylla – a new species to…

26th June

…and the third largest leaves of any species here today after Styrax serrulatus and Styrax odoratissimus. Styrax faberi Styrax faberi Styrax faberi Styrax faberi Styrax faberi 2016 – CHW I…