RHS Savill Garden Pictures 2018

…blew down recently at Donkey Shoe Abies forrestii Abies forrestii Abies forrestii A very fine Rhododendron arboreum var roseum Rhododendron arboreum var roseum Rhododendron arboreum var roseum Rhododendron arboreum var

30th April

…think so! Staphylea holocarpa Maakia chinensis with its attractive silvery new growth. Maakia chinensis Maakia chinensis A carpet of sycamore flowers on the Main Ride after the rain. sycamore flowers…

6th May

…White’ Betula szechuanica ‘Liuba White’ Betula albosinensis Betula albosinensis Betula utilis var jacquemontii ‘Jermyns’ Betula utilis var jacquemontii ‘Jermyns’ Betula utilis var jacquemontii ‘Jermyns’ Betula utilis var jacquemontii ‘Silver Shadow’…

31st March

…years. The racemes of flowers are 3-4in long with 30 or so bell shaped flowers on each raceme. Stachyurus chinensis Stachyurus chinensis Stachyurus chinensis Stachyurus chinensis Stachyurus chinensis ‘Joy Forever’….

A trip to Tregrehan to study Hydrangeas

…Hydrangea indochinensis Hydrangea indochinensis Hydrangea indochinensis Hydrangea chinensis aff. Hydrangea chinensis aff Hydrangea chinensis aff Hydrangea chinensis aff Rhododendron nuttallii from Vietnam – the best plants I have ever seen….

25th March

…ririei Rhododendron ririei Rhododendron ririei The first of the old Magnolia sargentiana var robustas on the Main Ride is suddenly out. Magnolia sargentiana var robusta Magnolia sargentiana var robusta Magnolia…

8th April

…this name are in fact Abies forrestii var. smithii. Clare bought this in for Caerhays but I have no idea where from. Abies forrestii var. georgei Abies forrestii var. georgei…

19th September

…ever seen before. Absolutely covered in fruit. Photinia villosa var. coreana Photinia villosa var. coreana Photinia villosa var. coreana The more common Photinia villosa var. laevis is far less heavily…

9th October

…‘Wendle Weeping’ Cornus kousa var. chinensis laden with smaller red fruits which are also falling. Cornus kousa var. chinensis Cornus kousa var. chinensis Cornus kousa var. chinensis This was planted…

27th May

…clump in the 1980s when this area was cleared and the camellias planted behind it. different clump different clump different clump The flowers of Cornus kousa var. chinensis ‘Wisley Queen’…