The genus Hamamelis is a group of 6 species of deciduous winter flowering shrubs, native to East Asia and North America. The leaves of these plants look very similar to our own native Hazel (Corylus avellana), though they are not related.
Hamamelis intermedia is the hybrid of a cross between Hamamelis mollis (China) and Hamamelis japonica (Japan).
This large shrub /small tree is available from Deepdale Trees as both a multistem and standard tree in a range of varieties.
Name: Hamamelis intermedia
Common Name: Witch Hazel
Height: 3-4m high x 3-4m wide
Shape: Medium-large shrub, forming a wide funnel shape
Demands: Sun-very light shade, Acid-slightly alkaline, well drained soils
Flowers: Intensely colourful and fragrant winter/early spring flowers. Flowering time and colour is dependent on the variety
Fruit: Small, brown, oval capsules
Autumn Colour: Yellow/Orange/Red
FACT: The ripe fruit of Hamamelis can be explosive, firing small black seeds up to 10m.
2.5-3m Multi-stem in Airpot
Stunning Winter flowers
'Westerstede' 2-3m multistem
Hamamelis 'Diane' 40-45cm girth
'Feuerzauber' H. 3.0-4.0m multistem
Flower of Hamamelis Diane
|Variety||Flower Colour||Flowering Time||Scent|
|'Arnold Promise'||Brilliant Yellow||Late||None|
|'Diane'||Bronze red||Late||Slight Scent|
|'Feuerzauber'||Brilliant Red||Middle||Very Fragrant|
|'Pallida'||Light Yellow||Early||Very Fragrant|