I hope you are all staying safe and well. It’s been a while since we all closed up to access,
I am sorry to say that our Open Day scheduled for Saturday 9th May has had to be cancelled, due
March 2020 update At last, days grow longer and the temperature creeps upwards. We have finished our winter task of
We have been very lucky recently in receiving gifts of plants from two eminent specialist growers: Professor Ralph Martin in
The Beechgrove Garden film team were here with Carole Baxter last week, filming the collection for the TV programme. It
I am very pleased to say that the Collection has been awarded a bursary by Plant Heritage, to allow us
The Open Day and BCSS branch visit will be on Saturday 25th May, 10 -5. Flowering will be best in
This morning all of the cacti got their second watering and feed of the year. Although there aren’t any flowers
Got green fingers? Love plants? Interested in learning a bit more about horticulture? We are looking for a volunteer helper
Now that we have more space, our intention is to propagate a lot more than we have been able to
Today was the first day since last autumn that the vents opened automatically. They are currently set to open when
I’ve updated the “wants list” of plants we are looking to obtain for the collection.
The two different flowers shown here are from seed from the same parent plants.
As we have had to cancel our Open Day this year, here is a video tour of the collection from
A transcript of the original description is here. R493 as shown here is probably not A. froehlichiana, but has been