Witch Hazel Shrub (1-2 Foot)

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Scientific Name:
Hammamelis virginiana
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Witch Hazel – Natural Topical Remedy for Nearly Everything

Why Witch Hazel?

Hamamelis virginiana, mostly known as American witch-hazel, common witch-hazel, or simply just witch-hazel, is a flowering shrub indigenous to the eastern region of North America. It is a tiny tree or shrub that loses its leaves in the fall and may reach a height of up to 6 meters (rarely up to 10 meters). The blooms are radially symmetrical and feature unusual petals that are long, slender, and crumpled. As the flowers develop, their color changes to a rich yellow, forming hairy buds.

There are many environments where witch hazel may grow, including woods, hills, rocky terrains, riverbanks, and ravines; however, it grows best in rich, fertile soil that is kept consistently wet.

Native Americans boiled the witch-hazel's stems to make a decoction, which was then used to cure swellings, inflammations, and tumors, later adopted by early puritan settlers in New England.

Due to its astringent and antibacterial characteristics, witch-hazel is used to treat various skin disorders. It may be purchased for topical application as a semisolid ointment cream, gel, or salve.

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  • 5

    Posted by Nice on 07/05/22


  • 5
    Plants arrived in excellent condition right on schedule.

    Posted by James walth on 01/26/21

    It’s very important that you order early from these folks. They are extremely busy.

  • 5
    It's oing great so far!

    Posted by Michele on 06/28/20

    So happy to see the potential for this lovely shrub to become a colorful part of our landscape. Honestly, the plant that arrived did not look as good as another that is not performing as well. This 1 is a winner for Central PA. ;)