Tag Archives: Hamamelis intermedia ‘Harry’

Short Division

It was a real joy to be in the garden yesterday, photographing hellebores and snowdrops, witch hazels and primroses, for the purposes of this blog. The mild and brighter weather of the last few days has brought an awareness of … Continue reading

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Hats Off to Harry

Unlike Larry from the Del Shannon song Harry will not break your heart but, in complete contrast, bring joy every time you look out of the kitchen window on a snowy January day. You will guess from the number of … Continue reading

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Done and Dusted

Creative thinking successfully accomplished, the paved area under the shed extension was quickly completed, scaffolding placed in its intended home, the bench replaced and the job finished. I shall be keeping an eye out for some means of camouflaging the scaffolding – … Continue reading

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Whispering* Whiskers

Regular scrutiny of Hamamelis intermedia ‘Harry’ as I clear the day’s kitchen detritus in the sink has paid off, as yesterday  I spotted evidence of several early whiskers – ‘For now sits Expectation in the air …… with crowns imperial, crowns … Continue reading

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