Witchhazel

 - Hamamelis virginiana

Light: Full Sun, Partial
Soil: Sand, Loam, Clay
Moisture: Dry, Medium, Moist
Benefits: Birds
Height: 10'-15'
Blooms: Sep, Oct, Nov
Zones: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
Color: Yellow
Spacing: 10'
Root: Fibrous

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Witchhazel is a unique native shrub and its most conspicuous features is its late season blooms. Even in the cold midwest, the fragrant yellow blooms persist into November. The fringed flowers appear in the fall and stay on the branches after the leaves have dropped. This shrub has it all: great fall color, winter interest, a large vase shape, fragrant flowers, and birds eat the fruit (small brown capsules). A woodland native, Witchhazel inhabits the open woodland understory from the east coast to the midwest, north to Canada and south to Texas. This large shrub is often multi-trunked with spreading branches that form an irregular, open crown. A very tough and adaptable shrub/tree, Witchhazel can handle almost any situation, growing equally well in well-drained top soil and poorly drained clay -- full sun or partial shade. Used for a variety of medicinal purposes. Folklore holds that a forked stick of Witchhazel can help locate underground water.

*Every state has agricultural regulations that restrict the shipment of certain plants. We cannot ship this item to the following states: Utah, Oregon

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