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Photo of Hamamelis vernalis (Witch-hazel)

Hamamelis vernalis -  Commonly called Ozark witch hazel,  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. It typically grows to 6' tall. Flowers in axillary clusters appear in mid to late winter prior to the emergence of the foliage in a variety of colors ranging from pale yellow to dark reddish purple. Each flower has four, narrow, ribbon-like, curled and crinkled petals (each to only 1/3" long) that are usually red at the base transitioning to copper orange at the tip. Calyx cup is dull red. Ovate-rounded leaves (to 3” long) emerge light green with reddish-bronze tints in spring, but quickly mature to medium to dark green. Golden yellow fall color. Family:   Hamamelidaceae  

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Hamamelis vernalis (Witch-hazel)

Hamamelis vernalis (Witch-hazel)

Hamamelis vernalis (Witch-hazel)

Hamamelis vernalis (Witch-hazel)

Hamamelis vernalis (Witch-hazel)

Hamamelis vernalis (Witch-hazel)

Hamamelis vernalis (Witch-hazel)

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