Hamamelis Witch Hazel for Sale at Quick Growing Trees
The Witch Hazel family is made up of deciduous shrubs, small trees, and a few large trees. When the trees flower you will see berries from the previous year simultaneously on the tree with the new bulbs. They are very popular as ornamental plants because of their yellow to reddish-orange flowers. The plant has astringent properties and is used in a variety of medical treatments. It is used for fighting acne, externally on bruises and swelling, and other home and commercial remedies. Witch Hazel makes a great landscaping plant, and with the many varieties it comes in it shouldn't be hard to find the perfect one for your garden space.
Zones 3 to 8
Mature Height- 15'to 30'
Carolina Rose - The Carolina Rose Bush has a beautiful scent and outstanding, unique look to this shrub. This shrub was growing so cute and when it blooms you get to enjoy the flowers until the end of Spring. The Carolina Rhododendron is one the top picks from the Rhododendron family of plants. This plant is a homeowner's top choice because of its unique look, smell, and size. The flower blooms are small groups of tiny white flowers with very bright hints of yellow in the centers. You can plant these shrubs in full sun or just partial sun; they thrive either way. If you water twice a week to keep the ground moist around the base of the plant, it will stay this plant very healthy. Remember to keep the soil moist, yet well drained.
Gardening Growing Specs:
Gardening Zones: 3 - 9
Plants Mature Height: 5 ft.
Plants Mature Width: 5 ft.
Required Sunlight: Full - Partial Sun
Flower Blooms: Spring
Top Soil Recommended Conditions: Slightly Moist but Well Drained
Plants Growing Spacing: 3 ft.
Botanical: Carolinian Virginica
Viburnum --- With the more common name Judd Viburnum this member of the viburnum family will reach a mature height of 8 feet or higher, matching that with a similar size in width. The bush thrives best when soil conditions are well drained. However, this variety of the viburnum family will produce more flowers in a situation of full sun. Even in semi-shaded areas, the bush will be a perfect addition to any garden. Small clusters of pink colored flowers will appear in early May, giving the lush green foliage an added attraction. The flower clusters are replaced with a thick black colored fruit in the fall, quickly followed by vibrant red leaves in the autumn. As one of the more fragrant members of the landscaper's garden, this bush is best suited near occupied areas.
Viburnum Juddi Specs:
Zones --- 4 to 7
Mature Height-- Approximately 8 feet tall at full maturity.
Mature Width--Approximately 8 feet wide at full maturity.
Sunlight --- Thrives in full to partial sun.
Soil conditions-- Average soil conditions.
Botanical family name-- Viburnum Lentago
Pink Crepe Myrtle- The Pink Crepe Myrtle is one of the most beautiful and longest blooming trees of the Crepe Myrtle and or Crape Myrtle plant lines. The Pink Crepe Myrtle has some of the brightest blooms of the most vibrant pink color. This tree or also called shrub thrives in full sunlight, growing to about 25 feet. Keeping the ground moist for the roots to will give your tree even brighter blooms. Remember to keep the soil wet not soaked, well drained is the key. This tree brings life to any landscaped areas. Not only are the so beautiful as they grow, but they also tend to be one the fastest growing trees. They will get to 15 or 20 feet in as quick as three years.
Gardening Zones: 2 - 10
Mature Plant Height: 15 - 25 ft.
Mature Plant Width: 20 ft.
Plant Growth Each Year: 3 - 5 ft.
Required Sunlight: Full - Partial Sun
Top Soil Conditions: Slightly Moist, yet Well Drained
Botanical Name: Lagerstroemia
The shrub is known colloquially as the "hazel alder," or less frequently as the "common alder" or "smooth alder," grows naturally in the types of thickets found on the banks of rivers or streams; one of its best uses is for naturally revitalizing such areas that have been damaged by erosion or other types of deforestation. Besides acting as a stabilizing and restoring shrub, the hazel alder has pleasant red-green catkin flowers that can blend in as a subtle addition to the borders of your garden. The bitter, astringent bark can be brewed into a natural tea, acting as a home remedy for mouth pain, coughs and some mild stomach ailments. The hazel alder's fruit forms in small cones, which arrive in the fall and remain on the shrub for much of the winter. Though the hazel alder is happiest near running water, swamps or ponds, it will still thrive in other moist soil with PH levels between 6.8 and 7.2, if given sufficient space to grow.
Mature height- 8-12 ft