Common Witchhazel is one of those plants that many forget about let alone know about! In October they’re loaded with fragrant, thin-petaled flowers along the branches which sometimes coincides with its yellow fall foliage display.
A nice addition to the larger shrub border, also beautiful as a single specimen as they have a nice branching structure. Plant in moist soils, avoiding dry sites, in full sun to partial shade. Under-planted with spring flowering ground cover or spring bulbs will give this an interesting start each spring. Zone 3-8.

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