Plants That Flower in Winter

There's no need to wait till spring for outdoor flowers: grow a few of these winter-blooming perennials and shrubs in your backyard.

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Pallida Witch Hazel's Spiderlike Flowers
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Depending on the species, witch hazels produce their spidery blooms anywhere from November to early March. 'Jelena', shown here, typically blooms in late January.

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