Are you craving some winter color in your landscape?
The Vernal Witchhazel gives you incredible, fluorescent yellow color during the winter… a time when all your neighbors’ landscapes are looking dull.
This fantastic shrub looks great in borders, rows or near your garden. It begins to flower in late winter, when little else is blooming around your neighborhood.
This colorful hedge typically grows 6-10 feet tall with a somewhat larger spread and produces clusters of fragrant, yellow blooms that have a reddish center.
The leaves turn a lovely golden yellow in autumn. When colder days arrive, the petals will gracefully curl up to protect them from winter damage.
Your Witchhazel performs well in both full sun and full shade. It is quite adaptable, preferring to grow in average to wet conditions, and will even tolerate some standing water.
These witchhazels are very adaptable to a variety of soil types, and even tolerant of urban pollution.
This hardy shrub does well in zones 4-8. It is a must-have for the four season landscape.