KC Gardens

Many faces of witchhazel

Updated: 2013-01-08T20:07:19Z

One of the wonderful benefits of Extension is that we have a number of resources to draw upon. This week, Cheryl Boyer, Ph.D., assistant professor of nursery crops for Kansas State University, wrote a wonderful article on witchhazel. It is so interesting that I felt the need to share it with you in this week’s blog. So I am taking no credit for this great information. Enjoy – Dennis

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