From the Bonnybrook Nursery in Kirkland, Washington. We don't know when the nursery was in business (long ago, we assume). This golden flowering form of Hamamelis intermedia is nicely fragrant. Our plant came from Brian Milligan who lived in K [...]
Has vibrant red flowers in January. Said to be H. intermedia x H. vernalis. This plant will be covered with red flowers for an extended period in winter.
Deep yellow flowers with red calyx. Many flowers on an upright shrub.
This Dutch hybrid has bright yellow flowers similar to H. 'Pallida'. Not as fragrant as H. 'Pallida'. But, said to an improvement.
Is the absolutely latest to bloom. Last year it stopped flowering just before our magnolias started. The heavy blooming plant has golden flowers even on young plants. It was discovered and named in 1985, by J.H.H. Van Heijningen in Holland.
Bright yellow flowering witch hazel blooms profusely. For year round color this is one of the best. In January - February the yellow flowers appear. During spring-summer, the foliage is dark green. In fall the leaves turn brilliant yellow, ora [...]
Introduced in 1985 by Helmers Nursery and named for the house in which Heinrich Bruns lived. Flowers are golden yellow and purple at the base. No scent but lovely yellow flowers.
This medium reddish pink hamamelis forms a large shrub 15-18' tall. The fall foliage is beautiful golden yellow.
Has glowing red flowers in January-February. The fragrant flowers are borne all over the stems. The fall color is among the finest of any with its glowing red-purple leaves.
One of the Debelder hybrids with great scent. The flowers are yellow orange. Fall color is orange red. Worth growing for the scent and fall foliage color.
(Feuerzauber) has soft red flowers. This hamamelis looks somewhat like H. 'Ruby Glow' but has a round leaf and lighter colored flowers. Nice red-orange fall foliage color.
Has deep orange flowers with purple bases. Very rich coloring of the flowers are followed by purple new growth. The fall foliage is golden yellow.
Was discovered by Wada at Hakoneya Nursery, Japan. The flowers are golden yellow at the tip of the flower and deep red at the base. The overall effect is orange-coppery in late winter.
Is bright orange in January. The deep red base of the flowers makes the orange even more striking. No fragrance to the flowers.
Has reddish flower color in January. The fall color is rich, glowing red. Said to be one of the best H. intermedia cultivars for the fall color.
Our big plant has bloomed off and on all summer for the last several years and just kept blooming most of the winter. The flowers are coppery-orange. This is one of the best of all hamamelis.
Has some of the lightest colored flowers of any hamamelis. Our plants produce very light yellow flowers in mid January.
Has soft yellow flowers in January. The flowers are among the lightest of any of hamamelis. 5 gallon nursery only.
We have grown this for 30 years. Still one of the standards of the witch hazels. We see this plant in retail nurseries occasionally. The brilliant yellow flowers cover the plant in January-February.
Is a fun plant as the tips of the branches weep. The flowers are red in January. This is one of the more unusual hamamelis cultivars.
Broad, light yellow petals on this variety from Belgium. Heavy flowering. One of the very best hamamelis.
Wow! What fragrance! H. 'Rochester' has small orange-yellow flowers in January. The flowers aren't very exciting but the fragrance is probably the best of any hamamelis we've sniffed.
The deep red flowers cover the plant in January-February. After comparing with H. Diane, this is a brighter red that hold its color longer.
Medium red flowers with very bright red fall foliage color.
This Kalmthout hybrid has long spidery flowers that are strawberry-yellow bi-color. The flowers are an attractive color, but have very little scent. We only have a few available.
Has the brightest yellow flowers of any hamamelis yet. The brilliant flowers are borne in heavy clusters. Like H. 'Primavera' but much brighter yellow flowers. H. 'Arnold Promise' is a very nice plant, but is positively dull when compared to ' [...]
Named by Heinrich Bruns and named for the town where his nursery was located. Similar color to H. 'Arnold Promise' but much hardier and resistant to mildew.
A strongly weeping witch hazel that will get to 18" tall at most without staking. The flowers are small, but are very fragrant.
Flowers are light yellow and have very twisted petals in February in our garden.
The species is always wonderful with its golden yellow flowers each spring.
This cultivar from Boskoop, Holland has lovely, bright golden flowers. The scent of the flowers are among the best of all hamamelis.
Our plant is in hot sun all afternoon and is thriving. The golden yellow flowers cover the plant in January. The plant is very fragrant when in bloom.
Several experts have commented what a superior clone this is. The bright golden flowers are large and heavily clustered on the stems.
Has a bright purple flower in Janurary-February. This plant has a much richer fall color than H. vernalis 'Purpurea'. Best with light behind the plant to highlight the flowers.
The parent plant was discovered by Jorg Kohout in Germany. This violet purple selection of H. Vernalis is a very rich glowing purple.
A small 6' upright shrub that has yellow flowers that are very fragrant but small. This is an interesting witch hazel for a small space.
It is so unusual it's almost never offered in catalogs. This plant is so strongly weeping it doesn't form a shrub but more like a mound. Grow on a mound or over a rock wall so it can spill over. The flowers are sweetly scented in winter.
This Mexican native blooms in October with many small light yellow flowers. Many times the foliage is still on the plant. The fragrance carries for yards.
A selection made by Paul Hirth at Mohawk Nature Preserve in New York. The red flowers are produced in good numbers. This witch hazel is new to us, so we must get a plant out in the garden.
This smaller grower (10'?) will be covered with small orange flowers in early spring.
The typical H. vernalis has yellow flowers and yellow fall foliage. This variety has bright purple flowers. The shrub is worth growing for the flowers let alone the rich purple fall color.
Our plant is 6-7' tall after 15 years. Our original plant came from Peter Zwjnenburg, Boskoop Holland its originator. This small hamamelis has a lovely spicy fragrance in winter.
Named by Peter Dummer and Roy Lancaster at Hilliers Nursery, England in 1996. This plant has red crimped and twisted flowers in midwinter.
One of our favorite fall coloring shrubs. H.v. 'Sandra' has purple new growth in spring and early summer. In the fall, the foliage turns glowing red and will have color for three weeks. We understand that there isn't a fall color on H. 'Sandra [...]