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Hamamelis virginiana Common Witchhazel Habitat – native to eastern and central United States – zone 4, possibly 3 – an understory small tree or shrub of.

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1 Hamamelis virginiana Common Witchhazel Habitat – native to eastern and central United States – zone 4, possibly 3 – an understory small tree or shrub of deciduous forests

2 Hamamelis virginiana Common Witchhazel Habit and Form – a deciduous small tree or large shrub – 10' to 15' tall in most instances – can reach 30' tall – nearly as wide as tall – develops an irregular, but rounded outline – loose an somewhat open, but attractive – multi-stemmed

3 Hamamelis virginiana Common Witchhazel Summer Foliage – alternate, simple leaves – obovate to elliptical with uneven base – leaves are 3" to 6" long; 2" to 3.5" wide – margins of leaves are coarsely toothed – bright to dark green – clean and attractive – new leaves emerge reddish- bronze Autumn Foliage – clear yellow – often quite showy

4 Hamamelis virginiana Common Witchhazel Flowers – spider-like with 4 narrow, crinkled petals – yellow – light, spicy fragrance – the last woody plant to flower – bloom time is October and November after foliage drop

5 Hamamelis virginiana Common Witchhazel Bark – smooth gray to gray brown Culture – full sun to partial shade – prefers a moist, cool, acidic soil – somewhat pollution tolerant


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