|BOTANICAL NAME *||Hamamelis x intermedia|
|SIZE||Considered a large shrub or small tree. Usually low branching or multi-stemmed. 15 – 20’ ht.|
|FOLIAGE||Medium green leaves throughout the growing season. Fall color – sometimes yellow, orange and red all on the same plant.|
|FLOWER||Unusual, spider like flowers blooming in late winter before it leafs out, Feb/Mar.|
|GROWING CONDITIONS||Acid soil. Full sun to partial shade. Best if planted where you are likely to pass by in the winter, since the flowers are more visible up close.|
|FAVORITE CULTIVARS||Arnold’s Promise’ – yellow flowers with red center, yellow foliage in fall. ‘Diane’ – red flowers.|
|NOTES||Deer resistant. Good as a single specimen or when planted in a group.|
* A particular plant will have only 1 botanical name. Unfortunately, a particular plant may have several common names or it may share a common name with another plant. Whenever possible, use the botanical name.