Witch Hazel


  • Informal Hedge or Screen
  • Woodland Garden
  • Specimen or Focal Point


  • Attracts Pollinators & Birds
  • Fall Foliage
  • Fragrant Flowers
  • Tolerates Clay & Shade


  • Full Sun To Part Shade
  • At Least 3 Hours Of Direct Sunlight

Growing Zones:

Witch Hazel is a deciduous shrub known for its fragrant, spider-like flowers in fall or early winter. The yellow-to-orange flowers attract pollinators and mature over the following year to seed capsules that feed birds. This North American native has an open, spreading habit, and its irregular branches hold textured foliage that turns yellow to orange in the fall. It can be used as a lovely focal point, an understory layer, or an addition to a native planting to attract wildlife.