Tree following, November 2019

Liz – This is the now flowering Witch hazel in my garden here in Lexington, Kentucky.  I think that it’s quite an extraordinary sight when the flowers, looking like little strips of yellow ribbon,  appear at this time of year.  Even Dulcie appreciates the view.

     

The flowers will appear even more striking against the dark coloured stems once the leaves have dropped.

Mike – There has been very little change with the apple tree as many of the leaves are still green or just starting to change colour.

   

Our thanks to Pat, The Squirrelbasket, for hosting Tree following as usual.  If you want to see what it’s all about, and perhaps follow one as well,  please click on the link shown over on the right-hand side.

Have a good weekend!

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13 Responses to Tree following, November 2019

  1. Beautiful Liz, and beautiful Mike, but in a different way x

  2. Jo says:

    I think the differences in trees are highlighted in the types you’ve each chosen, one flowering and the other getting ready to drop its leaves.

  3. snowbird says:

    I do love witch hazels! Your apple tree is much the same as mine.xxx

  4. nikkipolani says:

    MOST unusual flowers, Liz! Very cool.

    • Liz says:

      Nikki, the witch hazel flowers are cool, aren’t they. The remaining leaves have fallen in the past couple of days so it is just the yellow fluttering against the branches. Liz

  5. Erika says:

    Those witch hazel flowers look very cool. Kind of like green spider legs!

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