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Week 5 – Spotlight on Rhododendrons

Week 5 – Spotlight on Rhododendrons

Week 5 of lockdown and Charles is taking a longer look this week at the numerous Azaleas and Rhododendrons currently in flower in the garden. If only we had smellie vision I am sure it would be equally as lovely.
Week 4 of lockdown in the garden

Week 4 of lockdown in the garden

It’s week four of the medical lockdown of the UK and Charles is in the garden showing us three lovely Magnolias. M. ‘Lois’, M. ‘Peachy’ & M. ‘Limelight’ He writes daily in the Caerhays Garden diary which has been updated since 1897!! If you are interested...
Climate Change – A view from Caerhays

Climate Change – A view from Caerhays

Caerhays Castle Gardens and Climate Change What does the Caerhays Garden Diary (1897-Today) tells us about ‘Climate Change’? (The Garden Diary records events with each day of the year showing on just one page for ease of reference. It was written by JC Williams until...
Week 3 of Lockdown in the Garden

Week 3 of Lockdown in the Garden

At the end of week 3 of the lockdown Charles is in the garden tempting us with what is looking good. This week it’s Rhododendron ‘Countess of Haddington’, Magnolia ‘Elizabeth’ & Rhododendron edgeworthii x leucaspis.
Early April garden visit

Early April garden visit

As the lockdown continues and the gardens are still closed Charles finds another three wonderful plants to discuss this week. Prunus ‘Shirotae’ a Japanese flowering cherry. Rhododendron macabeanum, with wonderful yellow flowers. Staphylea holocarpa...
Three Magnolias out in March

Three Magnolias out in March

As the spring gardens here at Caerhays are closed to the public due to the virus, we thought you might like to see what is currently out at the end of March. Charles spotlights three Magnolias today. First Magnolia ‘Star Wars’ which is a record sized tree...