Corylopsis pauciflora (Winter Hazel)

Masses of fragrant pale yellow flowers produced in late winter, in pendent racemes before the leaves. Leaves emerge bronze and turn to a rich green, and shades of yellow in fall. Dense, multi-stemmed habit. 4-6′ tall & wide. Full Sun/Part Shade.


Zone Zone 6
Exposure Full Sun to Partial Shade
Moisture Moderate Moisture

Glossy, puckered foliage is what makes it stand out from other red-twig dogwoods. Flowers bloom on old wood early to late spring. Younger stems will show some red colour in winter. Compact upright habit. 3-4′ tall x 3-4′ spread Full Sun/Part Shade.

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Grown for its foliage that emerges chartreuse in spring and turns amber, burgundy, scarlet and green in fall. In summer, large, feathery, pinkish-white plumes appear and gives a ‘smoky’ appearance. Upright loose habit. 8′ tall x 6′ spread. Full Sun.

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