5th June

…angustifolium Euonymus wilsonii with a rather more impressive display of yellow flowers. Euonymus wilsonii Euonymus wilsonii Here are the two plants given to us by James Garnett and the botanic…

3rd June

…conkers last autumn. These are now germinating well in the greenhouse. Aesculus wilsonii Aesculus wilsonii Aesculus wilsonii A solitary flower on a Magnolia wilsonii on a hot bank. Doubt it…

13th June

…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 new laurel hedge protecting…

30th April

…‘Corona’ Rhododendron ‘Corona’ Rhododendron ‘Corona’ First flowers on a young Magnolia wilsonii which are hard to photograph. Magnolia wilsonii Rhododendron ‘Bow Bells’ (williamsianum hybrid) fades from pink to light pink…

21st June

…yard. Styrax wilsonii Styrax wilsonii Styrax wilsonii Styrax americanus (Kankakee Form) is not quite out yet. Styrax americanus 2019 – CHW The casualties from the April/May dry weather in 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…

6th June

…and algae. Looks tender (also dull)! Magnolia wilsonii Magnolia wilsonii Above the big tree fern on the Main Path is a smallish plant of Magnolia wilsonii. Same coloured stamens but…

17th June

…the 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…

6th August

…dark purple-red later. If it fruits as well as this it may well prove to be an interesting new introduction for the catalogue. Cotoneaster wilsonii Cotoneaster wilsonii Also in the…

29th June

…grandiflora ‘Overton’ Styrax wilsonii is just going over in the greenhouse. These are replacement plants for this species which died out some years ago outside the back yard. Styrax wilsonii