21st February

…seedling Yellow berries in profusion on several lophomyrtus below Tin Garden. lophomyrtus lophomyrtus Recent frost damage on the leaves of Aralia vietnamensis. It should recover. Aralia vietnamensis Aralia vietnamensis This…

28th August

…head gardener from Glendurgan. Aralia vietnamensis has shot again vigorously from the base after the ravages of The Beast killed back the main 12-15ft tall stem. Aralia vietnamensis Aralia vietnamensis…

4th May

…of new liquidamber varieties here but nothing interesting today. A nice clump of Aralia chinensis featured here fills a website missing picture slot. Aralia chinensis Aralia chinensis 2015 – CHW…

25th April

…as well. Aralia foliosa Aralia foliosa 2018 – CHW Burncoose visit today for a bit of late planting and sorting out the rules of a new Forestry Commission grant scheme…

12th December

…sasanquas nearest the side door 2018 – CHW Aralia vietnamensis was cut to the ground by the Beast from the East in March. It now has two basal shoots which…

29th June

…Slightly different shape to ‘Emerald Pagoda’ perhaps but not much different. Styrax japonicus Styrax japonicus Aralia foliosa (Roundabarrow) is not at all like the herbaceous species seen a couple of…

4th February

…frost have destroyed the first flower heads and all the leaves on Aralia vietnamensis without us ever seeing what the flower looks like. Aralia vietnamensis Magnolia campbellii alba ‘Strybing White’…

27th August

…Globba schomburkii Aralia cachemeriana finally in flower for the first time in the nursery. These herbaceous aralias are really good value in the garden as I saw in Barnstaple. Aralia

22nd November

…delicate mix of colours. Rhus chinensis Rhus chinensis The first ever flower clusters forming on Aralia vietnamensis at about 15ft on the ends of the tallest shoos. Planted in 2014…

23rd July

Aralia cashmeriana in flower. A new recent addition to the Burncoose catalogue but never seen (by me) in flower before. Aralia cashmeriana Lysimachia pendrifolius (spelling may be wrong) – most…