Corylus Contorta 4.5 Litre Pot
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
Corylus Contorta is a decuduous shrub also known as corkscrew hazel. They have contorted branches that bear green foliage and in winter yellow catkins dangle from the bare branches. Often used in flower arrangements. If left alone the height can reach 4m