Common name: Veitch's winter hazel
Corylopsis veitchiana is a deciduous shrub native to Asia that was brought to the West by plant hunter E. H. Wilson for Veitch's Nurseries in England around 1900. It has longer yellow flower racemes than other Corylopsis species in our Garden and blooms in late winter at the northern end of the Winter Walk.
Close-up flower photo by Midge Oke taken March 5, 2010
Shrub photo taken March 25, 2021 (bloom time 2 weeks later than normal)