Teddington Gardener Review of the Year – January 2014 – at Wisley and Kew. Winter breaks early.

DSCF2773JANUARY – Hamamelis x intermedia Orange Peel

DSCF2775DSCF2805Cornus alba Sibirica in container displays at Wisley

DSCF2737Rhododendron nobleanum Album

DSCF2759Prunus himalaica

DSCF2705DSCF2695Hydrangea paniculata

DSCF2930Galanthus elwesii

DSCF2957Sarcococca confusa

DSCF3032DSCF3044Dogwoods at Kew and the Alpine House from the Grass Borders

DSCF3198DSCF3261Galanthus elwesii at Kew and Berberis (below)

DSCF3338DSCF3356Chimonathus praecox Grandiflorus

DSCF3514Prunus subhirtella Autumnalis and Chaenomeles speciosa at the Chokushi-mon at Kew

DSCF3611Sorbus glabrescens

DSCF3746Rosa californica hips

DSCF3998Symphoricarpus orbiculatos and Viburnum opulus Xanthocarpum


DSCF4188Betula utilis var. jacquemontii

Malus x robusta

DSCF4214DSCF4213DSCF3344Viburnum x bodnantense

DSCF2975Acacia dealbata Gauloise Astier

DSCF2863Battleston Hill, Wisley

DSCF2540Edgwortha chrysantha

DSCF2499Daphne bholua Peter Smithers

rain1Repeat visits to both RHS Wisley and the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew in January 2014. Few miles travelled but a lot of the world covered in the plants at their very best this month.


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