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

(2 customer reviews)

$15.00$40.00

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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  1. Question

    Kay

    If I am planting this in the woods, will witch hazel grow in zone 8b or 9?
    Thank you

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    • Richo Cech

      Richo Cech

      kay, witch hazel loves to grow in the woods. you can plant it. i’m in a zone 8 and have wonderful witch hazels in my woods. richo

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  2. One person found this helpful
    GroundCherryRevival

    Healthy and vigorous

    GroundCherryRevival (verified owner)

    I’m so impressed with this little plant! It survived shipping beautifully and has doubled in size in about a month.

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  3. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    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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