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Witch Hazel, Virginian (Hamamelis virginiana) potted tree, Organic


Family: Witch Hazel (Hamamelidaceae)

Hardy to Zones 3 to 8

(Virginian Witch Hazel) Perennial shrub or small tree to 20 feet tall. Native to the eastern states. The plant flowers in the winter, yellow-orange frills, when nothing else much is flowering, and in the spring unfurls its broad, papery green leaves. Traditional usage (TWM): astringent.   A superior choice for landscaping.  Plant at least 15 feet apart, these will become multi-stemmed and have a wide spread.

Potted tree, Certified Organically Grown



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    Paul Varelas

    Paul Varelas

    Here in Chesapeake Virginia my witch hazel tree, bought from you many years ago, is now blooming every winter. It’s funny how from a distance the tree looks dead, all the leaves are crisp and brown, yet as you take a closer look, you see tiny flowers all over it. The ancient festivals of Imbolc (and Candelmas) are coming on February 2nd, and I can’t help but think that this tree is saying what those festivals represent: that, from the dead of winter, the rebirth of spring is upon us. It is cheering to see flowers blooming in January!

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