Wordless Wednesday: B*Witched!


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20 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: B*Witched!

  1. I’ve never seen anything like that!

    Here’s my Wordless Wednesday!

  2. Beth F says:

    Cool macro.

  3. Brian Skeys says:

    Lovely photo. They are wonderful plants for this time of year.

  4. Chloris says:

    Beautiful Cathy and lots more to come. I still have no buds opened on mine so I will just have to enjoy yours. A very happy Christmas to you and the Golfer.

  5. Anna says:

    I imagine that is a most unexpected but most welcome Christmas present 🙂

  6. Anna B says:

    Merry Christmas! Sorry I’ve not been commenting for a long time! Too busy with the baby but I do still enjoy your blog 🙂

    • Cathy says:

      Oh thanks Anna – I do think about you from time to time and wonder how you and your little bean are. Hope all is going well and that you all had a lovely Christmas 🙂

  7. I really enjoyed your posts over this past year and look forward to sharing your thoughts in 2015. Have a very Merry Christmas and enjoy the New Year…May each day bring you special moments.

  8. bittster says:

    What a nice Christmas surprise! Thanks for a great blogging year, there’s always something new and interesting to be found on your rambles and it’s always enjoyable.
    I wish there were some words of encouragement or threats you could pass on to my own h “pallida”, it’s taken two years off from blooming and is developing a reputation for laziness. Too much drought and sun I’m sure, but couldn’t it squeak out just a few blooms? At least I can look forward to your collection!

    • Cathy says:

      Yes Frank – and FIVE witch hazels flowering for Christmas, amn’t I the lucky one! I have to confess that Pallida was the last one I sneaked into the garden last year and I sort of hid it in the woodland edge border – but decided a week or two ago to allow it shine forth somewhere more prominent 😉 Yours sound like it needs a good kick up the … well, something!

  9. rickii says:

    I planted H. ‘Early Bright’ last year and it is doing its thing far ahead of ‘Diana’. I love the subtle coloration of yours.

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