Hamamelis virginiana 'Vincent's Red'

Common Witchhazel

‘Vincent’s Red’ Common Witchhazel came to us from Ohio Hamamelis King Tim Brotzman. The original plant came from Connecticut, and was selected because the spidery flower petals are red at the centers, shifting to orange and yellow on the tips. Hamamelis virginiana ‘Vincent’s Red’ starts blooming in late fall and continues into early winter. Witchhazels thrive in both sun and shade and are common in the Northeast woodland understory.

  • Category: Woody Ornamentals
  • Alternate Cultivar: Vincent's Red
  • Hardiness Zone: 4
  • Height: 16 Feet
  • Spread: 15 Feet
  • Bloom Color: Red, Yellow


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