20th March

…Finch’ is also out. Nothing 2 days ago. Magnolia ‘Gold Finch’ Magnolia campbellii ‘Princess Margaret’ at its best. Magnolia campbellii ‘Princess Margaret’ Magnolia ‘Atlas’ nearly at its best on the…

23rd March

…Magnolia ‘Anne Leitner’ Magnolia ‘Anne Leitner’ Magnolia ‘Vulcans Forge’ flowering for the first time. Magnolia ‘Vulcans Forge’ Magnolia ‘Black Tulip’ x M. ‘Darjeeling’. Magnolia ‘Black Tulip’ x M. ‘Darjeeling’ Magnolia…

9th July

…Aesculus x woerlitzensis Aesculus x woerlitzensis Hoheria ‘Glory of Amlwch’ just coming into flower. Hoheria ‘Glory of Amlwch’ A huge seed head forming on Magnolia ‘Princess Margaret’. Magnolia ‘Princess Margaret’…

10th April

…one down). Camellia ‘Tiny Princess’ Camellia ‘Tiny Princess’ Camellia japonica ‘Clark Hubbs’ (bottom corner – incorrectly shown on plan as ‘Marinka’ – these two reds have been swoped on the…

13th April

…plus year old bush! Camellia ‘Tiny Princess’ Camellia ‘Tiny Princess’ Camellia ‘Tiny Princess’ Prunus ‘Gyoiko’ here is a new plant but we have another more mature one below the tower…

28th March

…now flowering properly. Magnolia ‘Anne Leitner’ Magnolia ‘Anne Leitner’ Magnolia ‘Margaret Helen’ Magnolia ‘Margaret Helen’ Magnolia ‘Margaret Helen’ The two enormous trees of Magnolia kobus var. borealis in the Rookery…

21st April

…at its absolute best – again stunning! Rhododendron ‘Anne Teese’ Rhododendron ‘Anne Teese’ Attractive new growth and flowers on Daphniphyllum macropodum var. humile. Daphniphyllum macropodum var. humile Rhododendron decorum nearly…

26th March

…year ago. Prunus x persica ‘Spring Glow’ Prunus x persica ‘Spring Glow’ Magnolia ‘Anne Leitner’ (M. ‘Black Tulip’ x M. ‘J.C. Williams’). Magnolia ‘Anne Leitner’ Magnolia ‘Anne Leitner’ Magnolia denudata…

2nd March

…This may be a typo for ‘Mazeppa’ which is a synonym for Magnolia ‘Anne Rosse’ x Magnolia ‘Anne Rosse’ raised in Nova Scotia, Canada from seed collected by Philippe de…

16th July

…by The Princess Alice in 1847. Quercus suber Quercus suber 2022 – CHW Smilax aspera, the evergreen and slightly prickly climber is another plant which we need more pictures for…