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Gardens re-open 15th February 2021, Guided castle tours start again 15th March 2021
Something different to look at today

Something different to look at today

Charles in the garden at Caerhays looking at something different from our Magnolias and Rhododendrons. 0:00 Crataegus laevigata ‘Paul’s Scarlet’ 1:57 Crataegus laevigata ‘Crimson Cloud’ 3:28 Symplocos paniculata 5:18 Cornus kousa...
Five rare plants at Caerhays in June

Five rare plants at Caerhays in June

Charles in the garden again mid-June, looking this time at five rare plants, which are not normally seen because the gardens are normally closed by this time in June. 0:00 Magnolia globosa 3:45 Rhododendron ‘Pink Polar Bear’ 5:57 Styrax japonicus ‘Pendulus’ 8:15...
Three things to see in June

Three things to see in June

Charles in the garden at Caerhays in the 2nd week in June, showing us the lovely: 0:00 Catalpa duclouxii (bungei Duclouxii Group as now reclassified) 1:40 Podocarpus elongatus ‘Blue Chip’ 5:37 Broussonetia papyifera – paper mulberry
Watering on a grand scale

Watering on a grand scale

Charles in the gardens this week where the new planting areas are, showing us for the first time in his memory the water bowsers are being used to fill the local watering tanks to ensure these new areas of plants do not die. It is important to ensure adequate watering...
Cornus and Aesculus at Caerhays

Cornus and Aesculus at Caerhays

Charles Williams in the gardens at Caerhays in June, during the lockdown, with a video featuring Cornus & Aesculus looking wonderful He here has found :- 0:00 – Cornus kousa ‘Satomi’ 4:07 – Cornus capitata 10:21 – Aesculus...