Last of the plants for January is a witch hazel, renowned for their wonderful scent. This slow growing, trouble-free variety is no exception, producing beautiful, scented, coppery-orange flowers from now until early spring. Best planted near the edge of a path or in a large container, it looks good underplanted with winter flowering heathers or spring bulbs.
- Flowers in winter
- Grows to 4m tall
- Moist but well-drained or well-drained soil
- Full sun or partial shade
- Exposed or sheltered