Golitzki, Dora
February 1997
Garden Design;Feb/Mar97, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p32
The article presents gardening tips for winter hazel, Corylopsis spicata, in the U.S. Winter hazels are hardy in zones 6 to 8. The plants do well in full sun or light shade if provided with moist, well-drained soil and a protected location. Gardeners could plant winter hazels in front of an evergreen hedge so that its yellow flowers will complement the hedge.


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