Slightly crimped, creamy orange-red flowers which are produced in great abundance in late winter and early spring. These flowers are sweetly scented. The leaves are dark green, turning red in Fall.
Brandis is an yellow-flowered form with upright-spreading branching. It will typically grow to 6-10 tall and to 8-12' wide. It is noted for its winter-blooming, yellow flowers with reddish-purple tints.
Rounded habit. Soft sulfur yellow flowers profusely borne and sweetly fragrant. Flowers in early to late February. Full sun or partial shade.
Little Suzie is a dwarf common Witchhazel selection. In late fall this compact, dense shrub is covered with fragrant, yellow spider-like flowers.
Introduced by Arnold Arboretum. Clear yellow flowers with a redish calyx cap. Each petal fragrant and almost an inch long. Blooming time varies from year to year from late Feb - mid April.
Upright spreading. Excellent red flowering form yet more copper red than red. Yellow orange and red fall leaf colour. Old leaves can persist on this form. Tends to be smaller & compact.
Upright spreading. Excellent red flowering form yet more copper red than red. Yellow orange and red fall leaf colour. Old leaves can persist on this form.
A Kalmthout Arboretum introduction. Beautiful shrub becoming wide spreading with age. Copper colored flowers that grow like copper from a distance. Rich, orange-red fall color.
Excellent red flowering form yet more coppery red than red. Yellow orange and red fall leaf color. Old leaves may persist on this form. Tends to be a little smaller and compact than other varieties.
Has abundant large pale yellow flowers with wine red calyx cups produced in January and February.
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