Posts Tagged ‘witchhazel’

Winterthur Museum, Gardens & Library WINTERTHUR BLOOM REPORT #06  February 17, 2021 31F, SUNNY   +: Abundant fbb: Flower-bud breaking b: Some bloom fb: Full Bloom pf: Petals falling/drying pb: Past bloom (few remain) ber: Berries, fruits . Check these out: Best Show in the Gardens – Witch hazel (Hamamelis species & varieties) are in […]

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Winterthur Museum, Gardens & Library WINTERTHUR BLOOM REPORT #05  February 10, 2021 36F, cloudy +:  Abundant fbb: Flower-bud breaking b: Some bloom fb: Full Bloom pf: Petals falling/drying pb: Past bloom (few remain) ber: Berries, fruits . Check these out: Best Show in the Gardens – Witch hazel (Hamamelis species & varieties) are in full […]

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Winterthur Museum, Gardens & Library WINTERTHUR BLOOM REPORT #04  January 27, 2021 40F, cloudy +: Abundant fbb: Flower-bud breaking b: Some bloom fb: Full Bloom pf: Petals falling/drying pb: Past bloom (few remain) ber: Berries, fruits   Check these out: Snowdrops: Snowdrop (Galanthus elwesii & Galanthus nivalis) leaves and buds and some flowers are emerging […]

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Winterthur Museum, Gardens & Library WINTERTHUR BLOOM REPORT #03  January 20, 2021 40F, sunny   +: Abundant fbb: Flower-bud breaking b: Some bloom fb: Full Bloom pf: Petals falling/drying pb: Past bloom (few remain) ber: Berries, fruits   Check these out: Snowdrops: Snowdrop (Galanthus elwesii) leaves and buds and some flowers are emerging throughout the […]

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As if the pleasure of walking on a sun filled, 50 degree day in the winter is not enough, there are more flowers added to the list to see. Adonis and snowdrops continue their display along the main path on the March Bank with a few winter aconite showing to the keen eye. Next to […]

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Nature can sure keep us hopping!  Last week we had single digit temperatures, significant ice and snowfall and today, sunshine and warm temperatures are again raining down.  March is known for this behavior but never-the-less it sets our mind spinning a bit. The still-frozen ground and melting snow has made for a “mud season” for […]

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