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Position: full sun or partial shadeSoil: moderately-fertile, moist, well-drained neutral to acid soil. Rate of growth: slow-growing Flowering period: ...

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“A multi purpose wonder plant”

published 12/08/2010

ProWorks well on many different liments

Consnone

A multi purpose wonder plant The witch hazel plant is beginging to grow in populairty as an ornamental plant due to it's hardiness in the Good old British weather but also thanks to the fact it produces brightly coloured flowers late in the year usually around the autumn and continues to do so...

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“Wonder Witch”

published 07/07/2010

Prouseful for lots of symptoms

Consnone

Witch Hazel is a small shrub which grows from three to eight metres tall. It originates from North America , Japan and China. It grows in damp woodland throughout eastern and central US and cultivated elsewhere, it can be bought at garden centres now as it is fastly becoming a popular garden...

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“Call on the Witch Doctor”

published 03/08/2010

ProCool and soothing against minor ailments

ConsPungent aroma

The unique smell of witch hazel is one of the pervading memories of my childhood. I remember we always kept a bottle or two in the bathroom cabinet because its soothing properties were often called upon. I loathed the smell of it back then and I don't enjoy it much more now, but there is no...

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ProGreat colour at dull time of year. Leaves turn spe...

ConsEarly flowering = early gone.

Zippy colour on dull early Springtime days - what more could you ask for? Witch hazel, or Hamamelis mollis is a wind-pollinated flowering shrub, meaning the flowers come before the leaves, and is unconditionally cheerful at a time of year when little else is around. You can't believe your eyes...

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