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Check out our witch hazel plants zone 5 selection for the very best in unique or custom, handmade pieces from our shops It is cold hardy to Zone 3. Common witch hazel is the preferred rootstock for grafted cultivars of Asian origin. The vernal witch hazel (H. vernalis) is similar to the common witch hazel except that its features are generally smaller. The most significant difference between these native species is flowering time, which is usually late winter A spectacular tree in an unexpected size, this witch hazel was the star of our Three Friends of Winter bonsai silhouette show in January; it can be seen periodically in the bonsai courtyards. To get to the Bernice E. Lavin Plant Evaluation Garden, cross the Trellis Bridge from Evening Island or walk/bike the outer road from the parking lots
 
 
 
 

Gardening Help Search. Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Best flowering is in full sun. Prefers moist, acidic, organically rich soils.

Consistent moisture is best leaf scorch may occur during periods of summer drought. Shrubs have some tolerance for clay soils as long as drainage is good. Promptly remove root suckers to prevent colonial spread.

It is particularly important to remove root suckers rising from below a graft union. Prune in spring after flowering to control shape and size. Hamamelis vernalis , commonly called Ozark witch hazel, is native to the Ozark Plateau extending from southern Missouri through northwestern Arkansas to eastern Oklahoma.

In Missouri, it is typically found in gravelly stream beds, bases of rocky slopes along streams and less frequently in rocky wooded hillsides where it spreads by suckers to form large colonies Steyermark. It typically grows to 6′ tall. Flowers in axillary clusters appear in mid to late winter January-March in St. Louis prior to the emergence of the foliage in a variety of colors ranging from pale yellow to dark reddish purple.

Calyx cup is dull red. Golden yellow fall color. Fruit is a non-showy dehiscent capsule which splits open in September-October to release its seeds. Genus name comes from the Greek words hama meaning at same time and melon meaning apple or fruit in reference to the occurrence of both fruit and flowers at the same time on this shrub particularly in the case of fall flowering members of the genus.

Specific epithet from Latin means spring in reference to the flower bloom. It features fragrant orange-red flowers that bloom in mid to late winter and yellow fall foliage. Caterpillars and Japanese beetles may chew on the leaves. Watch for leaf gall aphids, weevils, scale, leafroller and leafminer. Potential diseases include powdery mildew, occasional leaf spots and rots.

Superior winter-flowering shrub for the landscape. Shrub borders, woodland gardens. Screen or tall hedge. Good specimen. Missouri Botanical Garden. Butterfly House. Shaw Nature Reserve. Home Support the Garden Members Shop Volunteer Jobs Media Contact. Louis Master Gardeners Community Gardening Classes Plant Societies Plastic Pot Recycling. Sustainability About Sustainability Sustainable Learning Sustainable Living Sustainability in Action Green Resources BiodiverseCity St.

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Back to Previous Page. More Images. Type: Deciduous shrub. Family: Hamamelidaceae. Height: 4. Spread: 7. Bloom Time: January to March. Bloom Description: Orange-red. Sun: Full sun to part shade. Maintenance: Low. Garden locations. Culture Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade.

Noteworthy Characteristics Hamamelis vernalis , commonly called Ozark witch hazel, is native to the Ozark Plateau extending from southern Missouri through northwestern Arkansas to eastern Oklahoma.

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