5th June

…with tiny orange flowers – another first flowering. Pittosporum illicioides angustifolium Euonymus wilsonii with a rather more impressive display of yellow flowers. Euonymus wilsonii Euonymus wilsonii Here are the two…

13th June

…flower with light green rounded leaves on arching stems. Cotoneaster fangianus Cotoneaster fangianus Euonymus wilsonii now in full flower and rather striking for a euonymus. Euonymus wilsonii Euonymus wilsonii The…

2nd September

…of moth larvae which attack Aesculus hippocastanum or is this just autumn colour? I fear the worst looking at our chestnuts generally. Aesculus wilsonii Aesculus wilsonii Sadly no seed has…

17th June

…yellow base and anthers stand out on the tiny flowers. Styrax wilsonii Styrax wilsonii Magnolia virginiana ‘Moonglow’ is just coming out. It will be a good show soon. Nothing out…

6th August

…as this it may well prove to be an interesting new introduction for the catalogue. Cotoneaster wilsonii Cotoneaster wilsonii Also in the frames is Tetradium ruticarpum with three flower heads…

6th June

wilsonii Above the big tree fern on the Main Path is a smallish plant of Magnolia wilsonii. Same coloured stamens but quite different in shape from Magnolia sieboldii sinensis. Not…

6th July

…At least four weeks since this was in flower elsewhere in the garden. I wonder why these three trees are so much later? Aesculus wilsonii Aesculus wilsonii The colouring on…

16th June

…on a 25 year old Aesculus wilsonii full out in the sun. Aesculus wilsonii Aesculus wilsonii The bark on Styrax obassia is unusual. The flowers on this tree are still…

23rd September

…have never seen before. This young plant has grown well with some shade in this year’s drought. Styrax wilsonii Styrax wilsonii 2017 – CHW David West from Fromefield Nurseries thought…

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…