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  • Fragrant Fall Blooms: American witch hazel is unique because it blooms in the late fall or early winter when most other plants are dormant. The fragrant, spidery flowers have narrow, ribbon-like petals and are typically yellow to orange. This late-season blooming makes it a valuable source of nectar for pollinators, especially late-flying insects.

  • Medicinal Uses: Witch hazel has a long history of medicinal use by indigenous peoples and early settlers in North America. Astringent properties in its bark and leaves have made it a popular ingredient in various herbal remedies, particularly for skin conditions, minor wounds, and inflammation. Witch hazel extract is still widely used in modern skincare and over-the-counter medicinal products.

  • Astringent and Anti-Inflammatory: The tannins found in witch hazel have a natural astringent quality, making it effective for soothing irritated or inflamed skin. It is often used as a topical application to relieve itching, reduce swelling, and alleviate minor skin irritations.

  • Habitat and Growth: American witch hazel is typically found in woodlands and riparian areas, where it can grow as a shrub or small tree, reaching heights of up to 20 feet (6 meters). Its multi-trunked growth habit and open canopy provide shelter and nesting sites for wildlife.

  • Ornamental Use: In addition to its practical uses, Hamamelis virginiana is cultivated for its ornamental value. Some garden cultivars, such as 'Harvest Moon' and 'Little Suzie,' offer a variety of flower colors and growth habits, making them suitable for landscaping and adding late-season interest to gardens.
  • SPREAD 4-5 M
  • HEIGHT 4-5 M


Care Instructions

Different plants have different watering needs. Check the soil moisture by inserting your finger about an inch into the soil. If it feels dry, water the plant until the water drains from the bottom of the pot. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.

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