|Hamamelis vernalis Sarg. f. carnea Rehd.|
Deciduous shrub, 2 m high, with erect stems. Leaves opposite, obovate-oblong, 6-12 cm long, dentate or with a wavy margin on the upper half. Lamina glaucous and sometimes tomentose beneath. Flowers slightly fragant, reddish for this form, to yellow for the type. Petals about 1 cm long. Flowering from January to March. Very hardy. An horticultural selection with such dark red colour is called Hamamelis vernalis 'Red Imp'.
Home: Central and South of USA
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Cultivated: France and Germany
Author: Frédéric Tournay
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