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Monday, November 14, 2011

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RedneckRosarian

Lovely Photos. Thanks for sharing them for GBBD!

Cat

Witch hazel isn't something I'm familiar with...it must really steal the show this time of year. The way the flowers catch the light must cause them to perform a beautiful dance on the breeze.

Rose

We haven't had snow yet, but blooms are pretty scarce here in Illinois, too. Your witch hazel is lovely, definitely worth the wait!

Carolyn @ Carolyns Shade Gardens

Thanks for visiting my blog. The disanthus pictured there is related to native witch hazel, which you just reminded me that I need to plant. Happy GBBD.

Dorothy/Gardening with Nature

That witch hazel is lovely. Wonderful plant.

(BTW, good luck with the recall!)

Mr. McGregor's Daughter

Hammamelis virginiana is such a lovely shrub. I wish there were a dwarf cultivar so I could fit it in my garden.

Nell Jean

Nice little fringes at season's end. Similar fringes in the spring when sassafras blooms.

Lisa at Greenbow

It was well worth the wait. Happy GBBD.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Thanks for all your comments. Just dashed home on my way to collect more recall petitions. I'll will see what's happening in your gardens when I get home tonight. Happy GBBD!

Scott Weber

Just beautiful...I love Witch Hazels and am super jealous of anyone who has one :-)

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