25th November

…and a good pile of camellias and small deciduous azaleas. from Lanhydrock from Lanhydrock from Lanhydrock A communication from Owen Johnson, the senior tree recorder for record trees: After seeing…

23rd June

…May’ 2018 – CHW Yesterday a Great Gardens of Cornwall meeting at Lanhydrock Estate Office and then a garden tour with Tommy Teagle, the head gardener, who has worked here…

12th November

…proving biodiversity and qualifying us for the new ELMS environmental grants from 2024. The National Trust at Lanhydrock are closing their plant nursery which has supplied their plant sales areas…

4th March

…up the settings. Magnolia mollicomata ‘Mary Williams’ Magnolia mollicomata ‘Mary Williams’ By Georges Hut Peter Borlaise’s creation from Lanhydrock, Magnolia ‘Albatross’, is out but a bit battered. Its leader bends…

5th July

…Cornwall. Take it from me that Lanhydrock is better! An odd house well off the beaten track with a faint hint of abandonment and in need of some serious investment….

13th March

…may be larger ‘shows’ but these new hybrids will be more suitable for smaller gardens. 6. The sprengeris which are normally so early and often battered were superb. ‘Lanhydrock’, ‘Marwood…

2nd May

…was the former head gardener at Lanhydrock. Magnolia campbellii ‘Peter Borlaise’ Magnolia campbellii ‘Peter Borlaise’ Magnolia campbellii ‘Peter Borlaise’ Nearby a young Magnolia ‘Peachy’ has its first flowers. The big…

7th July

…which he cut today. The dark purple central markings within the flower are normally hidden when on the tree as they were at Lanhydrock 10 or so days ago. Very…