Tag: Erythronium

Alpine House February 2018

Have you seen the Alpine House?

Worth a visit; the Alpine House is displaying the best of spring colour. It is undeniable that protected cultivation allows a display of colour and interest to get…

Rhododendron recurvoides. Photo by Tony Garn

Three stunners to herald spring

Pulsatilla turczaninovii is a native to the grassy slopes of E & N Asia into Siberia. It is a herbaceous clump former amassed with flowers. The sepals a…

Highlights: 23.4.07

Exochorda x macrantha on the north side of the pond. Spikes of white flowers Sophora microphylla A New Zealand legume, towering out of the sunken courtyard North of…

Highlights: 16.4.07

Lathraea clandestina – a parasitic perennial on the roots of Salix. Purple flowers, native to SW Europe Pulsatilla sp. through the Rock Garden and on the alpine wall…

Narcissus

Highlights: 2.4.07

The magnolias continue to impress. The following three white-flowered species are on the east side of the Copse: M. stellata from Japan, Honshu M. denudata from Eastern China…