Looking good now
This stunning Indian bean tree is finally in flower at the heart of the Rock Garden.
This stunning Indian bean tree is finally in flower at the heart of the Rock Garden.
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Cornus 'Norman Hadden'

This is often described as a large shrub, but in the Woodland Garden it has attained the size of a small tree. It is currently absolutely smothered in large windmills of 8-10cm across consisting of four oval sails joined at the centre by a globe of tightly-packed flowers.
The fruit turns strawberry pink as does the deciduous foliage, making this a plant of long interest. It is grown right next to Cornus capitata which differs in its lime-green flowers.

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