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One of the earliest-flowering shrubs, Hamamelis vernalis (Ozark Witch Hazel) is a large, dense, deciduous shrub or small tree of upright to rounded habit. It boasts dense clusters of extremely fragrant, frost-proof, bright yellow to dull orange to red-orange flowers in mid to late winter. Borne on naked branches, each flower consists of 4 narrow, crinkled, strap-shaped petals with red treeclearance.buzzess: What's My Zone?

Hamamelis vernalis Distant Hills Garden CC BY-NC-ND Hamamelis vernalis Kerry Woods CC BY-NC-ND Flower Close-up Asheville, NC Jim Robbins CC BY-NC-ND Flower (Wake County, NC)-Late Winter Cathy Dewitt CC BY 'Quasimodo' Form.

Noteworthy Characteristics. Hamamelis vernalis, commonly called Ozark witch hazel, is native to the Ozark Plateau extending from southern Missouri through northwestern Arkansas to eastern Missouri, it is typically found in gravelly stream beds, bases of rocky slopes along streams and less frequently in rocky wooded hillsides where it spreads by suckers to form large colonies. Witchhazel is a plant of the forest understory, a shrub or tree up to 30 feet tall (although more frequently much shorter.) They are easy to spot when in bloom since it is when the leaves are falling or have already fallen from it and the surrounding trees; in the fall for H.

virginiana and winter for H. vernalis. Hamamelis vernalis is a Witch-hazel native to the Ozark Plateau in central North America, in Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas. It is a deciduous large shrub growing to 4 m tall, spreading by stoloniferous root sprouts. The leaves are oval, 7–13cm long and –13cm broad, cuneate to slightly oblique at the base, acute or rounded at the apex, with a wavy-toothed or shallowly lobed.

Each flower has four slender strap-shaped petals cm long, pale to dark yellow, orange, or red.

Jan 22, Hamamelis vernalis ‘Amethyst’ has partially opened a set of flower buds closest to the ground, where I suspect temperatures are just slightly warmer. I added this variety of witch hazel specifically for its winter blooms. The strappy purple flowers should be dangling in clusters from all the branches very soon.