Hamamelis 'Jelena'

This spectacular witchhazel is always the earliest to flower in the Winter Garden, the low spreading branches are thickly clothed in clementine orange flowers, consisting of ragged ribbon-like petals gathered into mulberry-stained calyces. The flowers exude a crisp but spicy scent.
This specimen is grown at the base of a shallow bowl in which the scents gather and combines beautifully with the graphic lines of the ghostly white stems of Rubus biflorus behind and the complementary mauve-coloured flower of the heathers in the fore.

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