Tag Archives: Tree following

Tree following, August 2019

There has been little change with either tree so it’s a rather brief post this month. Liz – Here in Lexington, Kentucky the aphid galls on the witch hazel in my garden that I mentioned last month have now all … Continue reading

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Tree following, July 2019

  Liz…This month I’m looking at the leaves of my Witch hazel here in my Lexington, Kentucky garden.  These two pictures not only show the leaf colour and shape but the little witches caps that appear each year on a … Continue reading

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Tree following, June 2019

A brief post for both trees this month. Liz…The witch hazel in my garden here in Lexington, Kentucky is alongside the path to the front door and arches over it to provide a shady canopy, which is most welcome in … Continue reading

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Tree following, May 2019

Liz is on holiday at present so we’ll have to wait until next month to see how the witch hazel is doing over in her garden in Lexington, Kentucky. Here in Harrow, London the apple tree, on one of the other … Continue reading

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Tree following, April 2019

Liz…I’m amazed that the witch hazel in my garden here in Kentucky still has some blossom hanging on from last November.  The light buttery yellow has given way to a deeper yellow then brown.     The tree provides further … Continue reading

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Tree following, March 2019

Liz –  Here in Lexington, Kentucky there has been little noticeable change to the witch hazel since last month. On a recent nice day I stood on the path to the house and took these photos from underneath the tree … Continue reading

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Tree following, February 2019

Liz – The plant catalogue said witch hazel Arnold Promise which blooms during February and March. I ordered it and 38 years later it still only blooms in November which makes it a native Hamamelis virginiana. It stands in front … Continue reading

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