21st September

…one large Cornus capitata tree. Cornus kousa var. chinensis ‘Wisley Queen’ Cornus kousa var. chinensis ‘Wisley Queen’ 2018 – CHW Cercidiphyllum japonicum ‘Strawberry’ displaying its superb autumn colour on a…

17th September

Queen’ Cornus kousa var chinensis ‘Wisley Queen’ Secondary flowers on young Rhododendron ‘Bow Bells’ are a pleasant surprise in the sunlight. Rhododendron ‘Bow Bells’ Rhododendron ‘Bow Bells’ Ternstroemia gymnanthera has…

11th September

…a darker pink than ‘September Charm’. Anemone hupehensis ‘Queen Charlotte’ Anemone hupehensis ‘Queen Charlotte’ Japanese anemones are an absolute must for every garden in September. 2017 – CHW Building work…

RHS Savill Garden – Flower Show Pictures – 2018

…its leaves Spiraea prunifolia Spiraea prunifolia Beberis x stenophylla ‘Lemon Queen’ – one to get for the catalogue Beberis x stenophylla ‘Lemon Queen’ Beberis x stenophylla ‘Lemon Queen’ Pulmonaria ‘Blue…

14th November

…one qualifies! Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Crimson Queen’ Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Crimson Queen’ 2015 – CHW The ancient clump of Rhododendron lutescens is out but only at the very top of…

9th April

…only found one of these on our travels. Prunus ‘Matsumae-Asami’ Prunus ‘Matsumae-Asami’ Rhododendron ‘Queen Wilhelmina’ – colour changes as the flower fades. Rhododendron ‘Queen Wilhelmina’ Rhododendron ‘Queen Wilhelmina’ Rhododendron orbiculare…

1st June

…yet specked with pink and red as the bracts will become later. Cornus kousa ‘Wisley Queen’ Cornus kousa ‘Wisley Queen’ In full sun the new growth on Sciadopitys verticillata is…

27th May

…clump in the 1980s when this area was cleared and the camellias planted behind it. different clump different clump different clump The flowers of Cornus kousa var. chinensis ‘Wisley Queen’…

10th March

…Magnolia ‘Manchu Fan’ Magnolia ‘Pickards Snow Queen’ (Magnolia x soulangeana ‘Picture’ x unknown) Magnolia ‘Pickards Snow Queen’ Magnolia ‘Pickards Snow Queen’ Magnolia ‘Pink Flamingo’ Magnolia ‘Pink Flamingo’ Magnolia ‘Pink Flamingo’…

15th October

…couple of seed pods from the magnolia seedling which the Queen Mother planted beside Georges Hut. Not good enough for a name but these very nearly ripe (and certainly gatherable)…