Delivering new bare root tree orders in January

Hamamelis (Witch Hazel)

Hamamelis (Witch Hazel)

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To avoid disappointment we recommend ordering bare root plants as soon as possible now, for delivery in January.

Hamamelis (Witch Hazel)

Witch Hazel provides an excellent source of pollen for honey bees in the very early spring. Witch hazel flowers come in a dazzling array of of fragrant frost resistant colours. Hamemelis look wonderfully exotic as specimen trees, flowering on bare wood, and have a sweet scent. They are happy in sun or semi-shade, and prefer neutral to acid soils. The Witch Hazel came from America; early settlers used its branches for water divining as they had done Hazel branches in Britain. All the varieties we sell have the RHS AGM and are supplied as 50cm tall rootballed plants from November to March.

Witch Hazel varieties For Sale:

x intermedia 'Diane': deep bronze/red flowers
x intermedia 'Jelena': orange/red flowers
x intermedia 'Pallida': sulphur yellow, sweet scent
Hamamelis x intermedia 'Arnold's Promise': unusual bright golden flowers

Flowers: December-February
Soil type: Fertile, well drained, non alkaline
Hamamelis supplier: R.V.Roger Ltd.

We donate half of our profit on sales of Hamamelis to the Laboratory of Apiculture and Social Insects at the University of Sussex

Please note: there is a minimum overall order size of £50.

Our exotic trees for bees have been chosen in association with the British Beekeepers Association.


  • Ultimate Height


  • Ultimate Spread


  • Time to Ultimate Height

    20 years


  • Type

    Clay, loam, sand

  • pH

    Neutral, acid


  • Position


  • Sunlight

    Full or partial sun