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Mark A. Miller

(Aurora Witchhazel, Showy Witchhazel)

Perhaps the largest flowers of all hybrid showy witchhazels are produced on the Aurora selection. The floral fragrance is sweet and very strong, too! This cultivar grew from seed harvested from a cross between cultivars 'Vesna' and 'Pallida'. The first 'Aurora' seedling was raised by J.H.M. van Heijningen in Breda, The Netherlands and released in 1985. It received a two-star rating at the 2002 Royal Booskop Horticultural trials.

This winter-blooming hybrid shrub is certainly among the most...

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Mark A. Miller

(Barmstedt Gold Witchhazel, Showy Witchhazel)

Experienced horticulturists attest that the Barmstedt Gold witchhazel is one of the very best cultivars extant. When in glorious bloom, the golden orange-yellow display is noticeable from a considerable distance! It also offers vigorous growth, a pleasant rounded vase-shaped habit and fine fall color. It was selected and raised by Heinrich Bruns from Westerstede, Germany and later named and introduced by J. Hachmann in 1975. Hachmann lived in Barmstedt, Germany.

This mid- to late winter blooming...

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Mark A. Miller

(Birgit Witchhazel, Showy Witchhazel)

Bushy with an upright but rounded habit, Birgit showy witchhazel bears dark red-purple flowers and yellow to orange-red fall foliage. In the last dreary days of winter its branches become lined with faintly fragrant, short, ribbon-like crinkled flowers. This hybrid shrub blends the ornamental characteristics of its two parents, Chinese witchhazel (Hamamelis mollis) and Japanese witchhazel (H. japonica ), and was introduced into the nursery trade in 1986. It was raised by Robert...

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James Burghardt

(Diane Showy Witchhazel, Showy Witchhazel)

Diane witchhazel brings attractive dark red and spice-scented flowers to the winter landscape. Dense tufts of ribbony, faintly fragrant, dark red flowers in the last days of a dreary winter are what makes this somewhat vase-shaped deciduous shrub so terrific. It perfectly blends and amplifies the great ornamental characteristics of its parents, Chinese witchhazel (Hamamelis mollis) and Japanese witchhazel (H. japonica). This hybrid was developed in 1969 by Robert de Belder at the...

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Mark A. Miller

(Feuerzauber Witchhazel, Fire Charm Witchhazel, Showy Witchhazel)

The hybrid Fire Charm witchhazel brings lovely copper-tone and sweet-scented flowers to the mid- to late winter landscape. Dense tufts of ribbony, faintly fragrant, dark orange-red flowers in the last days of a dreary winter are what makes this vase-shaped deciduous shrub so desirable. It perfectly blends and amplifies the great ornamental characteristics of its parents, Chinese witchhazel (Hamamelis mollis) and Japanese witchhazel (H. japonica). This hybrid was developed in the...

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Jessie Keith

(Jelena Showy Witchhazel, Showy Witchhazel)

The vibrant coppery gold and deep red flowers of 'Jelena' put on a super show. In the last dreary days of winter the branches of this vigorous cultivar become lined with fragrant, colorful, spidery flowers that brighten the landscape when most other plants are dormant. This spreading vase-shaped shrub amplifies the great ornamental characteristics of its two parents, Chinese witchhazel (Hamamelis mollis) and Japanese witchhazel (H. japonica). It was selected by Robert de Belder...

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Mark A. Miller

(Luna Witchhazel, Showy Witchhazel)

Sadly, the Luna witchhazel is rarely grown by nurseries or added to landscapes anymore. Introduced at the Kalmthout Arboretum in Belgium, this midwinter-flowering hybrid shrub was selected and named by Robert and Jelena de Belder and then released in 1954. More recent cultivars have made 'Luna' a bygone-era garden plant.

'Luna' is beloved for its ribbon-like, twisting petals that are pale yellow and turn red-purple at their bases. These flowers are barely fragrant, and truly must be viewed up...

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Mark A. Miller

(Orange Beauty Witchhazel, Showy Witchhazel)

Even though the orange, deliciously fragrant flowers of the Orange Beauty witchhazel are worthwhile, this cultivar is often overlooked for newer varieties. Raised by German Heinrich Bruns in the 1950s, this selection was named and introduced into the nursery trade by the Vuyk van Nes Nursery in Holland in 1965.

This shrub is beloved for its ribbon-like, twisting petals that are yellow-orange and turn red-purple at their bases. These effectively orange-looking flowers are deliciously fragrant. ...

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James Burghardt

(Primavera Witchhazel, Showy Witchhazel)

This late winter blooming hybrid shrub is certainly the most widely celebrated! In the last dreary days of winter, after other hybrid witchhazels, the upright branches of 'Primavera' become lined with fragrant, colorful, spidery yellow flowers. The large, vase-shaped deciduous shrub blends and amplifies the great ornamental characteristics of its two parents, Chinese witchhazel (Hamamelis mollis) and Japanese witchhazel (H. japonica). This selection was introduced in 1969 by Robert...

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Jessie Keith

(Ruby Glow Witchhazel, Showy Witchhazel)

Bushy and upright, Ruby Glow showy witchhazel bears dull red to pale coral-violet flowers and yellow to orange-red fall foliage. In the last dreary days of winter its branches become lined with faintly fragrant, ribbon-like crinkled flowers. The vase-shaped shrub blends the ornamental characteristics of its two parents, Chinese witchhazel (Hamamelis mollis) and Japanese witchhazel (H. japonica f. flavopurpurascens), first grown as a seedling in 1935 and introduced into...