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How do I care for my Hamamelis x intermedia 'Diane' and 'Pallida'?
Posted by Suttons Staff on 15 May 2015 10:16 AM

Large, hardy deciduous shrubs grown for their dramatic autumn foliage which turns from a bright green to spectacular shades of yellow, orange and red, and their clusters of fragrant flowers that cling to the bare branches in winter. Hamamelis x intermedia Diane and Pallida are ideal for a woodland garden.

Witch hazels can be grown in full sun or partial shade where it is sheltered from strong winds. The soil should be moist, neutral to acid, but they will tolerate deep humus rich soils over chalk. In late winter or early spring remove crossing shoots.


Flowers December - February
Height and spread 4m (13ft).

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