October 23rd, 2012

October 23rd, 2012 by Sherri

In front of the north side of the D & M Building on Main Street are several Common Witch Hazels {Hammamelis virginiana} that are our last shrub to bloom each fall. The small yellow flowers are easier to see once the leaves drop. This is a very common plant in the understory of our local forests.

Common Witch Hazels {Hammamelis virginiana}Common Witch Hazels {Hammamelis virginiana}

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