posted byStephanieonJanuary 29,20105 CommentstagsFlora Friday, Witch HazelEdit
Tags: Flora Friday, Witch Hazel
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Wow – what a stunning photo, Stevie. You’ve got some talent!
And what an interesting colour…I’ve never seen witch hazel so reddish orange before. Thanks for sharing it with us.
Thanks Abby, I’m blushing an orangey-red (AKA Diane) colour.
Stevie, that’s gorgeous! We don’t do witchhazel around hear (that I’ve ever seen anyway) so it’s a mystery to me. That color is fabulous; their shape reminds me of Loropetalum (probably related!) Thanks for sharing, gorgeous photo!
oh I love spring the best beautiful pics of the flowers Stevie have a great week Rebecca, oh maybe you could do a guest post with some snaps for chow and chatter on your love of gardening rebeccasubbiah at yahoo dot com
An ode to Diane is coming up from my neck of the woods soon too, Stevie. She is the best thing going on, maybe the ONLY thing blooming at the moment, even with snow all around her. This is the most cheering of flowering trees for the time of bloom, even if she wasn’t so beautiful! BTW, we eat quinoa for breakfast every morning! :-) Frances
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