Witch Hazel is a late winter bloom which is a sure sign that spring is coming….something like the groundhog!20200128_091013_resizedDSCN2349 (3)20200128_090905_resized - Copy (2)DSCN2351 (3)20200128_090954 (2)20200128_09102220200128_090940_resized20200128_090857_resized20200128_090905_resized - Copy (2)DSCN2350 (3)

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8 Responses to WITCH HAZEL

  1. tphillipssm says:

    Very interesting. I always heard of Witch Hazel without knowing what it was or without ever having seen it. Thanks. Tim


  2. Erin Anderson-White Face says:

    This is so cool! Is this the same plant that the astringent I have comes from? Kind of looks like an illustration in a Dr. Seuss book.

  3. paaron1 says:

    Erin, yes, it is the same..glad you liked it

  4. Beve Kaser says:

    Fascinating…awesome…colorful!!! Had no clue where Witch Hazel came from…interesting to know it resides in the same park as the Bald Eagles, that are also a rare sight in our area. As for the notion that Spring is coming…we haven’t had Winter yet!!! Thank you for sharing!!!

  5. rj ohara says:

    Did you read the book Witch Hazel.

    R.J. O’Hara
    Flaherty & O’Hara, pc
    610 Smithfield Street, Suite 300
    Pittsburgh, PA 15222

  6. paaron1 says:

    RJ, have not read it Should I?

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