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Witch-hazel is a native, winter-blooming tree

January 24, 2009
By ANN BEEBE

Yes, there really is a native tree that blooms in late autumn or winter. Mine bloomed in November. It's really neat to see this Witch-hazel with small yellow flowers, when most of the other trees are losing their leaves. Jack Gulvin, who leads nature walks at Chautauqua Institution, introduced me to my first one. I finally bought one last spring from a nursery.

 
 

 

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