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Thursday, November 29, 2018

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Kristin

It is tickling me to see bare ground in Madison when we have had snow in KC since our Sunday blizzard! It usually doesn't stick around so long in November. Thanks for giving me some visual relief!

Lisa at Greenbow

The color is nice it looks so autumnal. Our Witch Hazel did it's best blooming display ever this year. Not sure why but it was outstanding. You are right about it needing a dark background to show off those wiry little blooms.

Peter/Outlaw

What a joy to see something just beginning to bloom at this time of year. Your Witch hazel is covered with flowers; a festive celebration of late autumn.

Linda Brazill

I have to admit that when I opened the curtains this morning we had snow as well. Not enough to bury anything and it is supposed to warm up and rain, so I am guessing this will disappear quickly.

Linda Brazill

I have to say I am enjoying being able to see so many flowers on my witch hazel. The native ones usually don't seem to put on a big display like the hybrid varieties.

Nell

Kewwwlll! Many more gardens should include witch hazel for a scrap of color when it's so badly needed.

Kris P

So pretty! I think you did just fine with the witch hazel's placement.

Loree / danger garden

I can’t believe it’s blooming at the end of November!

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