(h. japonica × h. mollis) Differs from h. mollis in having leaves distinctly narrowed to the base and darker green above, less downy below. Leaf stalk relatively thin, about 1 cm long, hardly concealed by the leaf base.
Source: (1997). Hamamelidaceae. In: . Horticultural Flora of South-eastern Australia. Volume 2. Flowering plants. Dicotyledons. Part 1. The identification of garden and cultivated plants. University of New South Wales Press.
Shrub with compact form. Flowers profuse, clear yellow, slightly fragrant, the petals hanging downwards. Grown from seed collected by w. Judd in the Arnold Arboretum, usa, in 1928. Literature?Weaver (1981).
Flowers uniform rich red. Leaves colouring well in autumn. Raised by Robert de Belder in the 1960s.
Flowers bright orange, profuse. Petals reddish at the base, yellow at the tip. Selected in 1937 by Kort, Netherlands and named by de Belder in 1955.
Branches upright. Leaves orange to red in autumn. Flowers reddish orange with deep red sepals. Raised 1935 by Kort, Netherlands and introduced in 1946.