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Saturday, 19/08/2017

Few people have probably heard of a phenomenon known rather morbidly as the widowmaker. Like so many tales, it originates from the dark and mysterious world of woods and forests. But it might just strike closer to home, especially if you have trees in your garden.

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Corylus avellana

£2.35  -  £145.00

Our native Hazel a good plant for tough conditions and good for wildlife, attractive autumnal foliage tints of soft yellow.

Corylus avellana Aurea

£26.00  -  £56.00

Soft yellow leaves make this a lovely form of our native hazel. Easy to grow in most situations.

Corylus avellana Contorta

£17.50  -  £425.00

An attractive small tree or shrub with its twisted and spiralled growth. Apparently discovered in a hedgerow in Gloucestershire about 2863.

Corylus avellana Heterophylla

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Cut leaved Hazel, smallish leaves strongly lobed

Corylus avellana Pendula

£22.50  -  £75.00

An unusual form of our native hazel with weeping and arched branches

£12.50  -  £26.00

Corylus colurna

£28.00  -  £148.00

The 'Turkish Hazel' quickly makes superb stately trees with a broad domed head with dark green broad oval leaves. Yellow catkins in February/March before the new leaves

Red Filbert (Corylus maxima Purpurea)

£52.00

The Purple-leaved Filbert needs a sunny spot to bring out the wonderful rich purple in the leaves.


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