Thursday, February 14, 2013

Happy Valentines Day 2013

Love is definitely in the air.
Come in for a closer look.
I mean really close. Get to the heart of the matter. 
Hearts brought to you by Witch Hazel Jelena Hamamelis x intermedia 'Jelena'. Happy Valentines Day. 


20 comments:

  1. LOVE Witch Hazel, so beautiful and delicate, and the scent .... wonderful photos. Happy Valentine's Day!

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  2. So sweet, and full of love! Happy V-Day, Lisa!

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  3. Jelena's the best. The sweetest. Happy Love Day on you, Lisa.

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  4. Great shots of the Witch Hazel. Hope you and yours had a great Valentines Day.

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  5. I have just ordered my first witch hazel. These shots make me so anxious for it to bloom - next year! Gorgeous pics. Hope you had a wonderful Valentine's day!

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  6. How lovely! Is this growing in your garden? I must have missed it this summer. Hope you had a wonderful Valentine's Day!

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  7. They are so pretty. I love the little hearts. My witch hazel is barely blooming. Isn't it odd how our different climates respond to the tiny call of spring?~~Dee

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  8. I have a fall blooming witch hazel and every year when I see photos like this I think I must buy a spring blooming one. They are such a wonderful start to the season.

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  9. I have a young Hamamelis vernalis but it's got a couple of years to go before blooming. Can't wait!

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  10. Oh Lisa… every year you share these blooms I say I should add this plant to my garden… swoon… another year I will enjoy sharing yours :-) Great images and detail… hoping you had a lovely day with DB :-D

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  11. Thanks for that up-close view. Stunning.

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  12. Wow! Amazing photos!

    What an unusual flower!

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  13. Awwwwwwww happy Valentine’s Day to you too! Albeit just a tiny bit late.

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  14. You are a most talented photographer to make Witch Hazel pretty! Happy belated Valentines to you, too. :)

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  15. I tried planting a Diane witch hazel, but picked a terrible spot. I am going to try again.

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  16. Very unique and pretty. Happy Belated Valentine's Day!

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  17. Hi Lisa, long time since I've visited. I remember back in the '80's when I lived in Alabama, we had a witch hazel in the yard. I don't think I've ever seen one growing up here in the frozen north. They are probably too smart to grow here:)

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