7th April

Next Day > < Previous Day CONTRIBUTORS: FJW 1955-2007 CHW 2015- JCW 1897-1939 CW 1940-1955 2021 – CHW Still the cold north wind persists but only a little sleet. Old…

22nd August

…out as a clump and perhaps the best thing today in the garden. Hypericum lancasteri Hypericum lancasteri Hypericum lancasteri Magnolia grandiflora ‘Little Gem’ is not so ‘little’ now below the…

13th March

…and Forsythia x intermedia ‘Lynwood’ make an unusual combination in early March! Echium pininana and Forsythia x intermedia ‘Lynwood’ Erica arborea showing a little frost damage and Magnolia ‘Caerhays Belle’…

15th October

…species flowers in May to June so you would expect the seed to mature a little later than other species which flower much earlier in the year. one unripe seed…

16th October

…flowering season. Camellia sasanqua which suddenly flowered 10 days ago Camellia sasanqua which suddenly flowered 10 days ago A little passing damage which blocked the drive, thanks to Ophelia. Ophelia…

6th July

…lives up to its name and is new to Eddington as it is to us. Hydrangea paniculata ‘Little Lime’ Hydrangea paniculata ‘Little Lime’ Hydrangea paniculata ‘Little Lime’ 2018 – CHW…

30th July

…Sensation’, ‘Little Lime’, ‘Wims Red’). 2019 – CHW A young Taxus baccata ‘Aurea’ with particularly fine new growth in the shade on Sinogrande Walk. Quite a bit of tidying up…

21st September

…pink lapageria pink lapageria 2016 – CHW Schefflera pauciflora has been nibbled by deer and was a very leggy plant to start with. Reshooting a little. Is this our fifth…

25th February

…These layers from the old original clump which flowers in May were made at least five years ago and have developed nicely into individual plants and little clumps with good…

3rd May

…recession. So the ‘mistakes’ are not really about the lack of PPE, the lack of instant tests (which prove little on an ongoing basis) or not enforcing a lockdown more…