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Corylus or hazel are deciduous shrubs commonly found in woodlands. They have round, alternate leaves which sometimes resemble a heart shape. Hazels are often grown for their bright yellow catkins and their edible nuts. Corylus grow well in a shrub border  in fertile, well-drained soil. They should be cut back in early spring to maintain their shape. 

  1. Corylus Avellana Contorta

    Corylus Avellana Contorta 5 Litre Pot


    Corylus Contorta known as Hazel have curiously twisted shoots, with broad, sharply toothed mid green leaves and pendant pale yellow catkins are produced in late wInter

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