26th November

…Corokia buddleioides 2016 – CHW Acer palmatum ‘Scolopendriifolium’ has dropped most of its leaves but what are left are a brilliant yellow and beyond compare today by Georges Hut. The…

26th October

…the New Planting. Hydrangeas very good indeed. 1925 – JCW Some Decorums (Delavayi’s) open and Haematodes and bits of other things. Far the most brilliant plants are the Enkianthus japonicas….

29th December

…after the event itself. A brilliant red none the less. Camellia x hiemalis ‘Yuletide’ Camellia x hiemalis ‘Yuletide’ More pictures of what we now think is Cotoneaster glabratus. Leaf undersides,…

28th March

…it’ what drama next? I fear for the occupants of Windsor Castle who I suspect are not as isolated as us! 2019 – CHW Brilliant sunshine continues. CLA AGM at…

24th June

…are much smaller than the norm. A brilliant scented surround. Is this a hybrid between the two species? Trachelospermum jasminoides Trachelospermum jasminoides Trachelospermum jasminoides Trachelospermum jasminoides Schizophragma integrifolium standing proud…

14th October

Next Day > < Previous Day CONTRIBUTORS: FJW 1955-2007 CHW 2015- JCW 1897-1939 CW 1940-1955 2021 – CHW Euonymus alatus ‘Compactus’ starting its brilliant autumn tints. Euonymus alatus ‘Compactus’ Euonymus…

29th September

…it it is quite a sight but the Tetracentron sinense beside it, which has equally brilliant red autumn colour, is still pure green. No scent yet from the cercidiphyllum despite…

19th April

…only been here since 2008 but is already a fine tree rather too close of course to the wall. My fault again. It is not a brilliant yellow but it…

15th April

…than usual. Needless to say I get distracted!Magnolia ‘Lemon Star’ (syn. Swedish Star) is a brilliant yellow as it first comes out. Magnolia ‘Lemon Star’ Magnolia ‘Lemon Star’ Magnolia ‘Lemon…

12th June

…as cuttings in the early 1960s by Milo Rowell. None would be viewed as that brilliant in flower today but a historic collection for which we do have names even…