20 years to reach maturity
This plant has a strong fragrance
Witch Hazel 'Diane' Overview
This cultivar of Witch Hazel has deep orange red flowers which are produced in mid to late winter. It's open habit forms a broad crowned dome and has oval leaves that also provide good autumn colour as the leaves turn red and yellow before falling.
Common problems with Witch Hazel 'Diane'
Generally pest free but can suffer from coral spot and honey fungus.
How to harvest Witch Hazel 'Diane'
Generally not harvested.
How to propagate Witch Hazel 'Diane'
Layer suitable shoots in spring
Graft cuttings in late winter
Chip bud in late summer
Special features of Witch Hazel 'Diane'
Other uses of Witch Hazel 'Diane'
A low maintenance shrub that suits being grown in borders in informal cottage style gardens.