Joseph Hooker's expedition is immortalized in his Discussed his involvement in the business of horse breeding, the bloodlines he inherited, and the advice he received on the matter from his cousin, Peter Powell. He trained native collectors, mostly Mosso tribesmen from a village in the Lichiang range in northwest Yunnan, who covered a wide area and found and collected seed of many new species.  His maternal grandfather was Hans Busk (17721862), a Welsh poet. Pronunciation of Sir Edmund Jeune Loder, 4th Bt. and Oversized volume, 13 x 17 in. Though perhaps past their best by May, they have the advantage of a wide range and a long flowering season, so a display can still be put on after the other mainstays of the County Flower Show, camellias, daffodils and magnolias are over. Possessed of ample means and abundant leisure, Sir Edmund devoted his youth and middle age to field sport and travel in many lands. R. strigillosum They both collected the interesting x McLaren, son of the First Lord Aberconway was elected to the Society in 1923. The allied Alpenrose, campus: northeast corner of Gleeson (might be 'Venus') Forrest was collecting in much the same area about the same time. His Kew friend, Hugh Falconer, travelled out in the same party, on his way to take charge of the Saharanpur Botanic Garden. R. arboreum Good relations are being established with the Chinese botanists in Kunming and some good books have been published by them on the rhododendron species in China.  During his visits to Brighton, King Edward VII (18411910) would spend time in the garden at Beach House with his friend Arthur Sassoon (18401912). R. ponticum Auction closed 11 - 12 Mar 2021 10:00 GMT (2 day sale) gavel Sheppard's Irish Auction House. His father, Sir Robert Loder, started the garden at High Beeches, near Crawley, which was later developed by Gerald's brother, Wilfred and nephew Col. Giles Loder. Some of them are named after Snow White's Seven Dwarfs. The transformation of Leonardslee into the wide array of flora and fauna that we see today can be best attributed to the Loder family. He's the fourth generation from Pretty Polly and when we had Perfect . Northern Farm has bought into an iconic pedigree with Caerwent, the GPA National Stakes (G1) winner, also foaled by Marwell. R. fortunei , extends as far west as eastern Szechuan. R. barbatum The Hooker Family Another piece that lived in a garage for decades which Loder rescued was lot 81, a late 17th-century profusely inlaid walnut side table (800-1,200). The Rhododendron Society was started in 1915, initially with eighteen members. Oregon State Univ. The Hon. Once the home of renowned bloodstock breeder, Sir. After the war, Major G.H. These were widely distributed as 'Loder's White', a very fine white hybrid. Because of the war, few of Farrer's plants from this expedition have survived in cultivation. Sir Edmund Giles Loder, 2nd Baronet (7 August 1849 - 14 April 1920) was an English aristocrat, landowner and plantsman. One mainly tropical section grows also south of the Equator in New Guinea, with a single species in Queensland, Australia. . The filly will have more air miles to gather now as she heads east, to a farm which has revolutionized Japanese racing and breeding over the past three decades. R. ferrugineum stocks. The cultivation of the choicer types of rhododendrons really dates from Joseph Hooker's travels in Sikkim, when seedlings raised at Kew were sent for trial to some favoured gardens. , and Her work appeared in catalogues of Peter Henderson's, Ryneveld, and Vaughan's of Chicago and New York. . The earliest record of rhododendrons comes from the disaster which befell the army of Xenophon, retreating from Babylon in 401 B.C., which camped in the Armenian hills inland from Trebizond on the Black Sea coast of Turkey. The following year he was more successful and collected seed of thirty-seven rhododendron species under forty-two seed numbers, including the tender Sir Edmund Jeune Loder, 4th Baronet (26 June 1941) was an English aristocrat, landowner and Irish Bloodstock Breeder. Volume includes original boards, restored with attractive new leather spine. This is the area that was so thoroughly worked over later by Farrer, Kingdon Ward and Forrest. Later Collectors Over the next forty-five years, apart from the two World Wars, he made a succession of expeditions in upper Burma and western China, extending into southeast Tibet, Sikkim, Bhutan and Assam. (Sir Edmund Loder) Crossed 1901 AM 1968. in 1780 and They were greatly expanded after 1888 by Sir Edmund Loder, especially along the valley east of the house whose mild, humid climate favoured the growth of shrubs, especially rhododendrons, which Sir Edmund bred from c. 1895, and camellias. By 1900, the development of the old style hardy hybrids had more or less run its course. R. viscosum R. augustinii Henry retired from the Chinese Customs at the end of 1900 and on his return to the United Kingdom he took up forestry. and This is the rhododendron which seems to have been allowed to get out of control in the Snowdonia National Park and has been causing much ill-informed concern to the "Greens" and to the media. in 1739. Magnolia sargentiana ISSN 1476-4687 (online) Besides Eyrefield itself, one of the pieces that Loder will miss and found hard to let go, is lot 412, a sculpture by Joseph Gott (1785-1860) of a fox and her cub (1,500-2,500). R. augustinii Magnolia campbellii The English Rock Garden Williams at Lanarth, and my father E.J.P. Giles Loder had inherited Eyrefield in 1914 on the death of his uncle, Major Eustace Lucky Loder, the first member of the family to own the stud. Our best-selling Rhododendrons, ideal for hedges, screening and large displays, growing to 125-200cm . She hasn't seen . . by a missionary in Virginia. and a Johnstone at Trewithen and Colonel (later Sir) Edward Bolithe at Trengwainton also started planting and hybridising rhododendrons. Bulley of Bees Ltd. at Neston in Cheshire, to whom all his seed was sent. Sir Robert Loder purchases High Beeches in around 1847 and his son Sir Edmund Loder acquires Leonardslee in 1889 from his father-in-law William Hubbard. In 1920 Sir Edmund Loder created one called Loderi Pretty . They produced 'Altaclerense', a hybrid between This he did in 1914, inviting my father to accompany him, but father by then had got married. and He worked as a Bloodstock Breeder in Ireland and the USA, In Ireland he was chairman of the Breeders Assosciation, and a member of the Turf Club. alliance. Another important collector working in western China for the USA was Joseph Rock. It has seven bedrooms and five bathrooms. This time he went to west Szechuan where he worked from Kiating-fu on the Min river and made several expeditions both west to the Tibetan frontier and north to the Kansu border. Lot 6: A rare, Victorian steeplechase board game 800-1,200. Click the Generate Report button to see the full stats for all races or use the form to filter for specific conditions. Script error: No such module "Draft topics". R. catawbiense/R. Sir Edmund Loder, who lives at Eyrefield Lodge in Athgarvan with his wife Sue, is retiring from the bloodstock business after nearly 50 years at the 160-acre Kildare stud, which has been in his extended family since 1897. William Hooker, was knighted in 1836 and five years later was appointed Director of Kew. Erebus as assistant surgeon and botanist with Captain Ross' Antarctic expedition. Horse Racing Ireland Oral History Collection, 10.54 MB; 5.70 MB; 4.24 MB; 5.19 MB; 13.76 MB; 12.03 MB; 19 MB. with 'Barclayi' from a layer obtained from Lamellen. Loder is a new face on the jumps circuit, but his CV and list of contacts have enabled him to court clients others could not hope to approach. She married James D. P. Morgan. While Pere Jean Soulie, collecting in north Yunnan and eastern Tibet between 1886 and 1905 found, among other fine plants, , Volume II, No.1, 1920; Volume II, No.5, 1924; Volume III, No.1, 1925. R. arboreum ) and 'Cornish Cross' ( This page was last edited on 19 February 2023, at 02:26. R. strigillosum The French Missionaries "It was so bad that I couldn't view the estate properly, but I had a tingly feeling about this beautiful place." . x in 1809. R. arboreum We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person's profile. Between 1923 and 1933 he covered most of the ground already worked by Wilson, Farrer and Forrest in Yunnan, southeast Tibet and Kansu and collected many species, but few that were not known already. Small World: Northern Farm Buys Into Iconic Family. The daughter of Habitat produced a champion in Marling, the Lomond filly who was European champion 2- and 3-year-old filly a decade after her dam retired to stud. Apart from General Harrison, a number of fine hybrids have been made in the last twenty years at Windsor, Bodnant and Exbury. R. davidsonianum H.D. On offer are contents from Eyrefield Lodge Stud at the Curragh, elegant home to Sir Edmund. R. canescens R. fortunei Here he remained for the next eight years, but he spent his weekends collecting in the gorges a few miles to the north and he sent specimens to Kew. Other visitors to Cornwall, not quite so frequent, were Sir Frederick Moore and Armytage Moore and Lord Headfort from Ireland and Lord Stair from Scotland. He was partly instrumental also in the formation of the Forestry Commission and in 1913 he was appointed Professor of Forestry at the College of Science in Dublin where he remained until 1926. . Leo Powell remembers a Q & A session with Sir Edmund Loder 15 years ago. Trees and Shrubs Hardy in the British Isles x 'Lady Chamberlain'), but also using the Logan form of the Lamellen hybrid 'Damans' ( Similarly, the work to restore two Victorian fern collections and safeguard these plants in this ideal, valley microclimate is great to see. (Sir Edmund Loder) Crossed 1901 AM 1968. R. caucasicum Rhododendron campbelliae Loder baronets, of Whittlebury and High Beeches (1887), "Current United Kingdom Baronetcies I P", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Loder_baronets&oldid=1095908143. Script error: No such module "AfC topic". Photo: Courtesy of Racing PostShingo Hashimoto. In 1961 he married Roza, widow of J.B. Stevenson of Tower Court, whose species collection was bought for the nation and is in Windsor Great Park. . During this time, he found and introduced many new rhododendron species, as well as collected seed of most of the species discovered by those which had gone before. Hybrid Development , and a little later with Later, he also introduced from the Malayan Peninsula and lower Burma Sign up for the Nature Briefing newsletter what matters in science, free to your inbox daily. During the 1790s he was a captain in the Coolgreny Volunteer Cavalry, and at the time of the 1798 uprising he apparently feared being thought insufficiently zealous in the Protestant cause as his sisters were Catholics and married into local Catholic families. Subscribe by purchasing. SIR EDMUND LODER . R. arizelum R. maximum and From Canada came the azalea Track 4: The need for improvements on the estates which he had inherited; recalled many families who had worked on the estates over the years. R. griffithianum There he visited Arnold Arboretum to make the acquaintance of Professor C.S. R. campylocarpum R. souliei Their help to him is recalled in the naming of In 1820, at the age of thirty-five, on the recommendation of Sir Joseph Banks, William Jackson Hooker was appointed Professor of Botany at Glasgow University, where he remained until 1841. They continued Eyrefields breeding success, with mother and daughter European flat-championship duo Marling and Marwell, following on from Pretty Polly who was bred on the farm by Eustace Loder and was only the fifth filly to win the British Fillies Triple Crown since its inception in 1814. He is commemorated by x 'Dr. The Veitches' Role R. malayanum , Synonyms for Sir Edmund in Free Thesaurus. Eyrefield Lodge Stud is located between Kilcullen and Newbridge, 3 km from the Curragh Racecourse, 16 km from Goffs, 50 km from Dublin and its International Airport R. subdeciduum . ). It was here that he found Bean, 1976. He previously resided at Leonardslee Gardens in Lower Beeding near Horsham in West Sussex. The resulting seedlings were perceived to be so good, more than 35 of them were named. There appears to have been a friendly rivalry with his friend Sir Edmund Loder, a plantsman and owner of nearby Leonardslee country estate. He introduced a number of deciduous azalea species and also Dean Herbert also produced the low growing early flowering hybrid 'Jacksonii' (Venustum) by crossing Next came Frank Kingdon Ward, son of the professor of Botany at Cambridge, and with a Cambridge degree in Natural Science. May 17, 2021 . Please see our. R. veitchianum With my mother's permission, he took many cuttings from it, from which he raised 'St. and also the army of Alexander the Great of Macedonia on his way to India in 327 B.C., although this was not in the same area and was probably due to In this way Cornish rhododendron hybrids have spread all over the British Isles. ) from Lamellen were the first to be recorded this way. Rhododendron davidii Kildare auctioneer Paddy Jordan got 2021 off to a flying start in January with the sale of Eyrefield Lodge and Stud on 160ac at The Curragh. Nature 105, 301302 (1920). The Weekly Wrap: Coming Of Age . We have Wilson to thank for the first introductions of rhododendrons from Japan, Korea and Taiwan, from expeditions which he made for the Arnold Arboretum in 1914-15 and 1917-19. This article "Edmund Jeune Loder" is from Wikipedia. ), made at Russell's nursery at Battersea, but this form seems to be less common in Cornwall. Contents 1 Biography 1.1 Early life 1.2 Career 1.3 Personal life 2 References Biography Early life Edmund Jeune Loder was born on 26 June 1941 in London, England. 'Smithii' was made by William Smith, gardener to the Earl of Liverpool at Coombe Wood, Kingston on Thames, which later became the Veitch nursery that distributed the early Chinese introductions. R. barbatum R. yakushimanum Sir Edmund Loder's wedding On 21st November 1876 Sir Edmund Loder (1849-1920) married Miss Marion Hubbard whose family owned Le. Name Sir Loder, Children Edmund Giles Loder (the rivals). Juniperus squamata 'Loderi' is a broad, upright selection of Ping's juniper that can grow to mature heights of 6 to 10 feet (2 - 3 m) tall, . Rhododendron 'Loderi Pink Diamond - microprop' Pastel shell pink, and fragrant(Sir Edmund Loder) Crossed 1901. . They had two children. , was introduced from China in 1823. cross. Sir Robert Loder, 1st Baronet, DL, JP (7 August 1823May 1888) was an English landowner, magistrate and Conservative politician. Edmunds father was Sir Giles Rolls Loder, whose own father, Captain Robert Egerton Loder, was killed in action in World War I. , E.H.M. x How do we create a person's profile? Later Purdom became Inspector of Forests to the Chinese Government. In the same area in 1891, . R. thomsonii Rhododendrons with Magnolias and Camellias 1979-80 The cross had originally been made at Kew as far back as 1875 and registered in 1888 as 'Kewense', but this cross does not compare with the 'Loderi'cross in quality. R. catawbiense R. fargesii R. griffithianum the best experience, we recommend you use a more up to date browser (or turn off compatibility mode in If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. Magor at Lamellen. With the advent of rhododendron seed from western China, Tibet, upper Burma and Assam at the beginning of this century, a new era for rhododendrons opened. Possessed of ample means and abundant leisure,. https://doi.org/10.1038/105301a0. The first record of a rhododendron in cultivation in Britain is of Rhododendron Species YREFIELD LODGE THE HOME OF SIR EDMUND AND LADY SUSAN. among other plants. Leonardslee is world-renowned for its rhododendrons, so it's very fitting that Sir Edmund Loder's original collection has been given a new lease of life and National Plant Collection status to match. 'Thompson's Hybrid'. R. griffithianum R. jasminiflorum Sir Edmund Giles Loder, 2nd Baronet (7 August 1849 14 April 1920) was an English aristocrat, landowner and plantsman. Wallich had sent seed of . , first described by a Japanese botanist in 1920. The French missionaries for the most part did not collect seed, but sent plants to Paris to the Ecole de Botanique and herbarium specimens to the Museum of Natural History, where many of them were described and named by Adrien Franchet. On his premature death, his seedlings passed to his brother and sister at Littleworth near Farnham, but just before his death he sent several of his This page was last edited on 1 July 2022, at 04:18. R. moupinense In 1920, notes began to appear from Major Lionel de Rothschild M.P., who had bought Exbury in 1918 and had been elected to the Rhododendron Society two years later. R. ponticum , Volume III, 8th edition, W.J. x blood-red at the Truro Show in 1902. Containing approx. They are all have large flowers that are fragrant and range in color from pastel pinks to pure white. and the large leaved . King's Harlequin was bred by Sir Edmund Loder from the outstanding family he cultivated of Marwell, Marling and Caerwent. R. racemosum hybrids to his friend, F.D. East of Tali, Forrest later found a number of species on the same subsoil and a number of species in the wild appear to grow on magnesium limestone. x Between 1934 and 1938, and again in1946-9, Ludlow and Sherriff collected in Bhutan and southeast Tibet. . Robert Fortune, who had been sent out by the Horticultural Society to introduce the tea plant, in their parentage, notably 'Pink Pearl' from J. Waterer in 1897. Early numbers of the Society's annual notes contain records of these new Chinese species being grown in Cornwall and by 1920 records began to appear of the flowering of their crosses with Himalayan species. R. arboreum Flora Indica Hybrids started to appear with Sir Edmund Loder, (1849-1920), though known primarily as a naturalist, was a rare 19th-century example of a Renaissance man, with interests and knowledge ranging from the field of zoology to the literary stylings of Lord Byron and William Shakespeare. Bibliography published in three parts between 1849 and 1851, with thirty coloured plates, edited by Hooker's father. You can also search for this author in to produce 'Luscombei' in 1880, still a very good hybrid. Lot 81: Late 17th-century walnut side table 800-1,200. Later he lived for ten years in the hills between Talifu (now Kunming) and Lichiang, one of the richest areas of vegetation in northwest Yunnan. The first evergreen rhododendron species from America, fortunei x R. griffithianum. , Rhododendrons and Their Various Hybrids This cross was also made at Randall's nursery at St. Augstell. Want unlimited access to the Irish Life and Lore Oral History Archive? It has seven bedrooms and five bathrooms. These formed the basis for the good quality hybrids that were made in Cornwall in the latter part of the 19th century, such as 'Shilsonii', 'Beauty of Tremough', 'Penjerrick', 'Barclayi' and 'Cornish Cross'. Quickview. R. thomsonii In more recent years, a number of other people have also collected in this general area. R. arboreum It is of interest therefore that most of the Laolin and these three mountains are on hard limestone, as were the gorges north of Ichang in northwest Hupeh where Henry worked. Now Edmund and his wife, Sue, have decided to retire from a long and . , and were overcome by nausea and vomiting. R. yakushimanum Burke, Bernard, Sir. Early British Hybrids and five A.M.s, one from Bodnant as recently as 1981 as 'Treetops'. b. and with He was largely responsible for the development of the Botanical Garden there. The first hybrid recorded was an azaleodendron, a chance hybrid between The daily routine of life as a horse breeder. The Veitches' Role One of the earliest hybridisers was the Reverend William Herbert, Rector of Spofforth in Yorkshire and later Dean of Manchester, who produced a number of azaleodendrons as well as evergreen hybrids. R. ponticum Lionel de Rothschild and Henry McLaren each paid regular visits to Cornwall every spring for a number of years, as did Colonel Stephenson Clarke from Borde Hill and later J.B. Stevenson from Tower Court. R. auriculatum R. catawbiense "I love my husband, but wouldn't it be terrific to be royalty." Her son hasn't lived at home for five years, she said. 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