How to use it. Elegant arching form and winter blooms make this tree an obvious choice for a landscape specimen tree. Its relatively small footprint makes Chinese witch hazel a suitable tree for petite or urban gardens. Collect a flowering branch or two for a foraged floral arrangement.
Keep it growing. Pest-free and easy to grow, these trees are beautiful landscape investments, well worth the time they take to mature. While they prefer moist, well-drained, acidic soil of woodland gardens, they are moderately drought tolerant. Keep Chinese witch hazel protected from harsh winter winds until the risk of winter frost damage has passed.
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Manzanita | Japanese Maple | Persian Ironwood | Smoke Tree | Bald Cypress | Tree Aloe
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Redtwig Dogwood | Hens-and-Chicks | Snake Flower | Toyon | Black Mondo Grass
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