Tag Archives: Hamamelis ‘Orange Peel’

Wordless Wednesday: an Early Witch

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Silent Sunday: Not Peely-wally at All

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In the Bleak Midwinter…..

…….there were (clockwise, from top left) the first signs of Crocus ‘Snow Bunting’ in the ex D****’s P**** border; snowdrops ‘Maidwell L’ and an unknown, in a race to be first to open; Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Orange Peel’, all its … Continue reading

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Full Stop

I suspect the unloved mahonia is sniggering quietly away to itself in the far corner of the woodland, smug in the knowledge that despite my lack of affection it has generated more than just a little attention on this blog. … Continue reading

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Garden Bloggers Blooms Day: Woodland Borders Rule OK

I feel quite self-indulgent posting these pictures today, highlighting what is flowering in my garden as part of Garden Bloggers Blooms Day, a meme hosted by Carol at May Dreams. My blooms are exclusively contained in the woodland or woodland … Continue reading

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