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Hamamelis x intermedia 'Jelena'

witch hazel
A sight for sore eyes in February into March when the fragrant coppery yellow blossoms of 'Jelena' break bud on bare branches. Witch hazels are also known for their striking autumnal foliage. Plants will grow large over time 8-12" tall and wide. Prune in the spring right after flowering. Flower buds form on wood later in the season for bloom the following winter. Deer resistant. Shipping 18-24" plants in trade gallons.
Genus Hamamelis
Common Name witch hazel
Hardiness Zone 5, 6, 7, 8
Light Requirements Part Sun, Full Sun
Seasonal Interest Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall
Season of Blooming Winter
Use Specimen, Cutting, Ornamental, Massing, Hedge
Special Attributes Pollinator Friendly, Deer Resistant, Cold Hardy, Easy Care, Fragrant
Color Copper, Yellow