19 responses to “Hamamelis × intermedia ‘Fireglow’”

  1. Treelover

    Good Morning, Daniel.
    I just wanted to let you know that the Botany Photo of the Day would not open on my computer this morning when I received the daily e-mail from you. An error page appeared saying it “could not be found” ,so, I had to come to the UBCBG website to view it. I hope you can easily fix this. The photo is lovely.

  2. Bobbie

    Daniel, Bravo for you and your dedication to this website. It was nice getting a peek at the photo of you so now I can put a face behind the posts. I’ve enjoyed your picture of the day for several years now and have learned so much through your daily postings. Thank you!

  3. elizabeth a airhart

    happy news to you daniel
    i am looking forward to the new page
    old gardens and the lost flowers of
    the past times are always welcome
    and important—the botanical
    art of the past before the art of the
    here and now.
    22 degrees here in my part of florida
    thursday morning 32 this am
    hi to every one
    its strange to live
    in the times of the predicted future
    that so many nay sayers said would
    never come hello world how are you

  4. hollis

    I discovered BPotD via my first Mac to offer widgets … it was the first one I downloaded! I’ve enjoyed it ever since, and was happy to learn more about the site and the man behind it (VS article).

  5. florafloraflora

    Beautiful photo today. Thank you for your dedication to this site, and happy New Year!

  6. Beverley

    Hamamalis x intermedia – Z5 – RHS Index of Garden Plants, Griffiths
    Hamamalis x intermedia – Z5-9 – A-Z Encyclopedia of Garden Plants, Brickell, Cole, Zuk
    Hamamalis, ham-a-me-lis, from Gr. hama, together, and mela, fruit, flowers and fruit being borne at the same time. Plant Names Simplified, Johnson and Smith

  7. Daniel Mosquin

    Thanks all, I’ve fixed the little glitch with the email (or at least made it work for today’s entry).

  8. Loey

    Hi Daniel:
    I have hamamelis x intermedia “jelena” (probably don’t have that correct) and she is just about to burst forth with those lovely orange “spider” blossoms which are a true winter joy. I’d like to know, however what you were doing posting a plant of the day at 3:06 A.M. (!?) Cheers!!

  9. Eric in SF

    Your No-Hit Wonder link is pulling up a badly malformed page. =(

  10. van

    That link works fine for me. Congratulations Daniel on a very nice article.

  11. Eric in SF

    Nevermind – that website uses a bunch of URLs that big advertisers use so AdBlock blocked it all.

  12. Daniel Mosquin

    Loey, I’ve been fighting a cold the past couple weeks, and so my sleep schedule is mixed up right now.
    Eric, here’s a link to their printer-friendly page: No One-Hit Wonder

  13. Sue Evanetz

    Happy New Year Daniel. I have perogies on my Hamamelis.

  14. TC

    Nice photo of an ugly flower. But of course we all know beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

  15. Sue in Bremerton WA

    I too had trouble the first time I tried to look, but this time it worked. Thank goodness!
    When I saw the picture begin to open, I was amazed. What looked to be some legged spider turns out to be a bunch of them! Amazing.
    I sure did miss the morning greeting though. I did do some browsing though.

  16. Wendy Cutler

    Nice to see you back, Daniel. I wondered how long you’d be able to keep yourself away, but after I saw the Vancouver Sun article, I was pretty excited, thinking you’d surely be posting something new. In the meantime, I’ve been enjoying living in 2006.

  17. Knox

    Would you kindly post a copy of the Vancouver Sun article?

  18. Margaret-Rae Davis

    Hi Daniel, I was so pleased to read ,’No One-HIt Wonder’ in the Sun. You are amazing. Thank you so much for all you do. There are many Western Massachusetts Master Gardeners who have a chance to learn from you. We then can pass things on to the public. Master Gardeners are all volunteers.
    Thank you for todays’ Photograph,

  19. Margaret-Rae Davis

    Great Photo today. The colours too.
    Thank you,

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