Cathy that Hamamelis so magnificent and beautiful. Its flowers range from fire red through the fuchsia to a bright pink. They are wonderful. Greetings from Margarita.
Yes, they really brighten up the garden in winter, Margarita
Witch-hazels are exquisite and never more so than when in close-up. Gorgeous.
Yes, I agree, Ian
Look at all that beautiful color.
I do, I do, Lisa! 🙂
The witching hour has arrived.
Like the Wizard of Oz; The Wicked Witches of the East and West, and the Good Witch of the North; plus one, maybe the Good Witch of the South whom we never heard of.
Yes, I am sure there must have been one – or perhaps should have been!
Wonderful witchy witches.
I was going to ask which witch was witch Cathy but then I thought on to hover with the mouse. All quite delightful. Is ‘Strawberries and Cream’ living up to your expectations?
Don’t they look even lovelier in close up? 🙂 S&C is certainly different in its bi (tri?) colouring, but this specimen hasn’t had as many flowers as some of my others so hasn’t made quite the same impact this year – but as long as she settles in well I shall be happy
I am beginning to understand your passion for the witches!!!
All your witches are divine. Have you got a favourite?
They all have ther endearing features – perhaps it would be like choosing your favourite child…
They are cute little witches!
And I am in a permanent state of drooling when the witch hazels are out… 😉
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