2017 – CHW
A trip to examine what is setting seed this year but I get distracted!
Hypericum lancasteri has grown massively since last year and is full of flower with more to come. We put in three plants together and there is already quite a clump.
It has got to be a good summer when you can find a stick insect this size in the nursery! Huge! I wonder what stick insects eat?Updated by Julie at Forgecom – stick insects love privet, also rose and hazel leaves.
2015 – CHW
Why is Hydrangea ‘Blue Wave’ at its absolute best when all the other hydrangea clumps on the drive are starting to fade in colour or have gone over altogether?
1992 – FJW
All corn in – poor harvest. Peas west, then Barley – wheat average.
1990 – FJW
All corn in – good yield but prices on low side. Caerhays not as badly hit by dry summer as some areas close to sea fog.
1967 – FJW
Terrace not cut for year – Camellia with one flower in the Werrens.
1966 – FJW
All corn in and only one field to bale – marvellous yield.
1916 – JCW
Just as in 1914 for flower, several mountain rhodo’s show flowers.