The story of Begonia Flamboyant started in 1902 with the introduction of a semi double flowering canary yellow Begonia named Royal Renaissance Helen Harmes.
Followed in 1911 with RR Flamboyant, bright red with yellow centre, then finally in 1932 the threesome was completed with RR Richard Galle, beautiful semi double apricot flowers. Continue Reading
Three years ago we came across a short variety of Aruncus named Aethusfolius
Aruncus! previously my first thought would turn to the Aruncus Dioicus (goatsbeard) flowering plant which we had in the garden a few years ago. Dioicus is a tall plant growing to a height of 6ft with elegant creamy white plumes in June. Continue Reading
Abies Koreana , this Korean Fir Makes is a wonderful specimen tree. The dark green leaves are distinctly silver on the underside, however the striking feature of this evergreen is the large blue cones.
Generally described as slow growing, the one planted in our garden was about four feet tall when purchased from the garden centre. After a period of six years it was very near ten feet in height. Continue Reading