Probably can be container grown, but why would you want to grow
Witchhazel??? It's a small ugly brush like plant that has no
redeeming qualities whatsoever as a landscaping plant, it's
essentially a weed. You'd be much wiser to buy witchhazel lotion at
any drugstore as an astringent, for like $2 a pint.... most prople,
male and female, use witch hazel to relieve the pain and itch of
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