23rd May

…on their website. Did the president choose for everyone? Was the president’s choice the same as the public’s vote? Did Monty and the BBC producers actually muddle the two choices?…

24th April

…Actinidia kolomitka Actinidia kolomitka Cutting the ribbon with Terence, Lizzie and Thomas. Big speech. Cutting the ribbon Cutting the ribbon Cutting the ribbon Cutting the ribbon Cutting the ribbon Cutting…

29th May

…beauverdiana var. notabilis. Photinia beauverdiana var. notabilis The clump of three ilex by the Podocarpus. The one with the largest base appears to be Ilex kingiana (formerly Ilex insignis). Ilex…

18th May

…sales point The centre of the stand is nearing completion and looks fantastic with the iron fence. centre of the stand centre of the stand The electrics for the fountain…

12th September

…end there. In healthcare, the US is very much the dog that wags the tail. The figures they come up with are used globally. On February 28, 2020, an editorial…

8th April

the wartime evacuees here then. Today the carvings have been more or less obscured by the growth of the tree. Huge beech tree Rhododendron ‘Anne Teese’ just coming out. Rhododendron…

12th April

…with age (Magnolia ‘Pink Surprise’ is Magnolia ‘Galaxy’ x Magnolia ‘Toro’). Magnolia x brooklynensis ‘Woodsman’ x Magnolia ‘Pink Surprise’ Magnolia x brooklynensis ‘Woodsman’ x Magnolia ‘Pink Surprise’ Magnolia x brooklynensis…

21st April

…or been able to because of the jobs they do (many of our staff of course cannot and are in the tourist/hospitality/visitor side of the businesses here). The unfairness to…

24th May

the media and nation came to the fore with the public purse. Now (as then) our only ‘entitlement’ is the right to health (in isolation) and not (yet) the right…

14th May

…government. The fact that they have, in the main, been doing nothing for weeks on full pay and are entirely happy with the status quo is the reality. No 80%…