26th May

…failed to acknowledge the democratic vote – typical’ ‘an accolade for Cornwall, Burncoose and Caerhays’ ‘just ordered three!’ ‘even my neighbour next door whose plant looks great – so much…

12th March

…hybrid. Rather better than ‘Cornish Red’ and very near the original clump of Rhododendron ‘Red Admiral’. red hybrid red hybrid A newly planted (today) Podocarpus spinulosus which is a very…

12th November

…‘Cornish Red’ Rhododendron ‘Cornish Red’ A light blue hydrangea still full out by Four in Hand. light blue hydrangea Enkianthus perulatus is a superb red in autumn here shining in…

10th June

…is over but some years the two coincide. CORNUS florida ‘Red giant’ CORNUS florida ‘Red giant’ CORNUS florida ‘Red giant’ 1997 – FJW Delias grand design – 5 pieces done…

25th July

…striking red new growth just emerging here. Podocarpus lawrencei ‘Red Tip’ Podocarpus lawrencei ‘Red Tip’ Teucrium hir ‘Purple Tails’ – going over here but quite nice none the less at…

23rd October

…xylocarpum. Melliodendron xylocarpum Outstanding yellow on Ginkgo ‘Saratoga’. Ginkgo ‘Saratoga’ Cercis canadensis ‘Appalachian Red’ turning nicely. Cercis canadensis ‘Appalachian Red’ Asterotrichon discolor in full flower as usual. Asterotrichon discolor Maclura…

20th March

…mollicomata Magnolia mollicomata Camellia reticulata ‘Red Crystal’. Enormous flowers and an excellent bit of propagating as these reticulatas are difficult from cuttings and are often grafted instead. Camellia reticulata ‘Red

26th September

…for sale from our own cuttings. Abutilon ‘Red Hot Lava’ Abutilon ‘Red Hot Lava’ Acer tataricum subsp. ginnala just starting its vivid red autumn colours at the tips of some…

27th May

…this. Trevarrick Trevarrick Trevarrick Trevarrick Rhododendron (Azalea) calendulaceum ‘Sandling orange-red form’ is new to us and flowering for the first time. Unspectacular perhaps but an interesting colour. A very variable…

17th March

…so full of flower or looking better. Magnolia ‘Ian’s Red’ Magnolia ‘Ian’s Red’ Camellia ‘High Fragrance’ and it really was despite the first two flowers being battered by wind. Camellia…