22nd September

…swelling but not turning red just yet. I wonder why this exceptional variety is not more widely available? Cornus kousa ‘Gloria Birkett’ Cornus kousa ‘Gloria Birkett’ Cornus kousa ‘Gloria Birkett’…

9th September

…here in Cornus kousa but are still some way off. The squirrels adore Cornus kousa chinensis fruits most as they have the largest and presumably sweetest ‘strawberries’ of all. However…

21st July

…and have latterly gone a pale pink. This is a very impressive cornus in a prime position. Cornus kousa ‘Gloria Birkett’ Cornus kousa ‘Gloria Birkett’ Cornus kousa ‘Gloria Birkett’ Also…

15th June

…Huge bracts which completely obscure the leaves. What a sight! Cornus kousa ‘Doubloon’ Cornus kousa ‘Doubloon’ Cornus kousa ‘Doubloon’ 2016 – CHW Here are the latest leaf pictures, studio taken…

12th October

kousa var chinensis ‘Wisley Queen’. The fruiting is irregular and confined to a few branches. Cornus kousa var chinensis ‘Wisley Queen’ Cornus kousa var chinensis ‘Wisley Queen’ Cornus kousa var…

7th November

…decent show of autumn colour too to add yet more value to this exceptional form. Cornus kousa ‘Satomi’ Cornus kousa ‘Satomi’ Cornus kousa ‘Satomi’ Osmanthus heterophyllus is a pretty dull…

10th September

…sylvatica ‘Wisley Bonfire’ Nyssa sylvatica ‘Wisley Bonfire’ Cornus florida well on the way to autumn glory in early September and quite a sight today. Cornus florida Cornus kousa ‘Gold Star’…

24th September

…Acer campestre Cornus kousa ‘Wendel Weeping’ has a few smallish fruits but is not going to be anything startling in this department. Cornus kousa ‘Wendel Weeping’ Cornus kousa ‘Wendel Weeping’…

21st September

…top of the squirrels as they delight in these and I once saw a dozen stripping one large Cornus capitata tree. Cornus kousa var. chinensis ‘Wisley Queen’ Cornus kousa var….

18th September

…July. There are a few orange strawberries showing up but not that many. Cornus kousa ‘Satomi’ Cornus kousa ‘Satomi’ 1971 – FJW The Duke of Cornwall came to stay. Arrived…