March 14, 2012

Witch Hazel is a Delightful Border

Here are two examples of Witch Hazel from my neighborhood. One family has left theirs to grow free form, the other hedge has been trimmed in a shape. As you can see, the bush does well under both circumstances, but has a completely different look.

This shrub is easy to grow in most climates and blooms twice a year in Georgia. The spider like flowers are a reddish-pink or yellow.


Anonymous said...

I had no idea that was witch hazel too...I've always called it Lorepetalum! Wow...I learned something new today - thanks!

MagMoment said...

That must be the Latin name. Very cool. Thank you!