While we were at the Dallas Zoo, we took our daughter over to the Children's Zoo area and there was the most gorgeous shrub. It had small oval shaped blue-green leaves that were paired along arching branches. The leaves at the ends of the stems were starting to turn red (because of the fall change?) and at the tip if every stem was a pink flower that looked somewhat like a spider-lily. It was in partial shade/shade areas. Would anyone happen to know what this might be? I would love to get one if I could figure out what it is.
I though they only bloomed in spring also, but that is deffinately what it was. When I started looking into I found that there are lots of different varieties and closely related plants. There was a gorgeous white blooming variety. It is also closely related to Witch-Hazel, which has the same kind of blooms (yellow) and blooms through the winter.
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