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Hamamelis × intermedia 'Orange Peel' - Plant Finde

'Orange Peel' is an orange-flowered form. It typically matures as a rounded shrub to 8-10' tall and as wide. Showy flowers in axillary clusters bloom along the bare stems from mid- to late winter. Each flower has four, narrow, ribbon-like, curled and crinkled, yellow-orange petals (each to 7/8 long) A fine witch hazel nurtured at the de Belder estate and introduced in the late 80's. Plants are dependable performers, owing their namesake to the prominently curled petals and clear orange flower color. Foliage remains impressive and attractive throughout the gardening season with reliable leaf shed during bloom time Hamamelis x intermedia 'Orange Beauty' is a vigorous, deciduous shrub with deliciously fragrant, vibrant orange flowers in late winter to early spring. Each flower consists of 4 ribbon-like, crinkled, strap-shaped petals delicately tinted red-purple at their bases

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Orange Peel' - Orange Peel Hybrid

Details 'Orange Peel' is a vase-shaped deciduous shrub, with a good autumn colour display that eventually reaches a height of 4m and spread of 3m. It bears orange and bronze, scented, typical shredded-looking witch hazel flowers in late winte Every time I see I, I imagine Jamie Oliver with a zester, peeling off line thin lines of orange zest. It is a hybrid between H. Japonica and H. Mollis and this particular form was bred by one of the most famous of Hamamelis breeders, a Dutchman named de Belder This plant is said to grow outdoors in the following regions: On Nov 23, 2004, Todd_Boland from St. John's, NL (Zone 5b) wrote: As the name suggest, 'Orange Peel' has orange petals not unlike orange zest. The petals are shorter and wider than most witch hazels but the orange coloration is still quite showy Hamamelis x intermedia 'Orange Peel' (witch hazel 'Orange Peel') is a truly orange cultivar, with a narrower habit than most witch hazels. That makes this shrub suitable for smaller gardens and patios too. 'Orange Peel' was brought to the market in 1988 by the Kalmthout Arboretum in Belgium

Zaubernuss 'Orange Peel' - Hamamelis intermedia 'Orange

Genus Hamamelis are deciduous shrubs with broadly ovate or rounded leaves, sometimes colouring well in autumn, and fragrant yellow to red flowers with 4 narrow petals, borne on the leafless branches in late winter and early spring, or in autum

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Kort's Yellow. Wisley Supreme. Hamamelis vernalis 5 to top. Autumn Embers. Christmas Cheer. Kohankie Red. New Year Gold. Orange Spangles Hamamelis intermedia 'Orange Peel' An excellent variety for the smaller garden or where space is limited. Tall upright, narrow habit. Hazel like felted grey green foliage. Striking coppery flowers on bare wood. Good autumn colour. Flws: Feb/April. Ht: 10ft. Moist peaty soil, part shade

Posts about Hamamelis 'Orange Peel' written by Cath A fantastic Orange Witch Hazel shrub, Hamamelis x intermedia 'Orange Beauty' will brighten up winter gardens with its colourful, sweetly scented flowers. The orange to yellow ribbon-like petals are tinged red nearer the calyx, making them look more orange from afar Learn about Hamamelis intermedia Orange Peel, a winter flowering Orange Witch Hazel shrub. The species featured in this information video is available from h..

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Orange Peel'. Discussion in ' Botany Photo of the Day Submissions ' started by Silver surfer , Jan 27, 2009 . Silver surfer Contributor 10 Year These three little twigs are from Hamamelis 'Orange Peel', one of five witch hazels currently in full flower; after a slow start, this witch hazel has really taken off and is looking stunning this year. Joining it are three sprigs of twisted hazel Corylus avellana 'Contorta' each with early catkins Hamamelis X intermedia - 'Orange Peel': Witch hazel requires a well drained fertile soil that is acidic / neutral - not chalky! Preferring a shady spot out of direct sun, avoid exposed / cold areas. Plant in autumn - prune sparingly to shape Hamamelis 'Orange Peel' Growing nearby is Distylium buxifolium, also in full flower. D. buxifolium is a cousin to the better known D. myricoides. As best we can determine, it was not in cultivation in the US until a recent wild seed collection by Scott McMahan of the Atlanta Botanical Garden. Our plant is 3 years old from seed and measures. Hamamelis - commonly known as Witch Hazels - are a group of winter flowering shrubs, which are happy to flower regardless of weather conditions for much of the winter. They have a range of flower colours - but mainly yellow - which are attractive spider-like blooms along generally spreading but upright branches

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Orange Beauty' (Witch Hazel

Hamamelis x intermedia 'Orange Peel' A witch hazel with clear orange sweetly scented large flowers on a shrub to 3.5m high and round, though upright when young. The foliage is orbicular, turning yellow orange and red in autumn and the flowers, as is often the case, are produced in mid to late winter. Add quantity to shopping list: Ad Hamamelis x intermedia 'Orange Beauty' Hamamelis x intermedia 'Orange Beauty' witch hazel. More View. Wishlist. Availability: Out of stock. £49.99. Order By Phone Subscribe to back in stock notification . Subscribe. Quick Overview. An outstanding deciduous winter flowering shrub. Golden yellow flowers suffused with red at the base to midway. Witch Hazel (Hamamelis 'Orange Encore') Witch Hazel (Hamamelis 'Orange Peel') Witch Hazel (Hamamelis 'Ostergold') Witch Hazel (Hamamelis japonica 'Paleface') Witch Hazel (Hamamelis 'Pallida') Witch Hazel (Hamamelis 'Primavera') Witch Hazel (Hamamelis mollis 'Princeton Gold') Witch Hazel (Hamamelis vernalis 'Purple Seedling') Ozark Witch Hazel. Fertilisers & Feeds - Empathy. All-purpose Seaweed Stimulant. All-purpose organic concentrated seaweed feed that is a ready to use, derived from sustainable harvested kelp, that can be used on all outdoor and indoor plants, except acid loving plants. Perfect used in conjunction with Rootgrow™. Only £7.50 I had the time to visit the gardens at RHS Wisley on Wednesday this week, the sunniest of days and quiet too (everybody else was at the work, or the supermarket, or on the M25... ) The colour and fragrance on offer was unexpectedly generous, with Camellias and Rhododendrons, Witch Hazel, Chimonathus and Edgworthia, Hellebore

Hamamelis x intermedia Orange Beauty is no exception. As with all Hamamelis, this variety has very good autumn foliage colour - ranging from yellow through to the deepest orange. Hamamelis are not the quickest growing of all shrubs, but a good specimen of Orange Beauty, should get to around 1.5m ht by 1m spread in five years I've checked bloom on the witch hazels (Hamamelis). 'Orange Peel' was starting to show good color on Jan. 2nd and was in full bloom by Jan. 10th. One small branch in the kitchen scented the entire room. Some of the others in bloom are 'Pallida, a nice long petaled bright yellow, 'Robert' with several blended colors of red and copper, and an. Item - Trees as of 7-15-21RemainingSale PriceAcer buergerianum 'Angyo Weeping' 3G3$97.50Acer circinatum 5/6'5$129.00Acer circinatum 7/8'5$149.00Acer circinatum 8/10'3$169.95Acer circinatum 'Pacific Sprite' 1500S1$195.00Acer circinatum 'Sunny Sister' 7G5$159.99Acer griseum 6/7' BB3$145.00Acer griseum PAPERBARK MAPLE 3.5-4'' Cal2$1,025.00Acer japonicum 'Emmett's Pumpkin' 3G1$97.50Acer japonicum.

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