hazel catkins

Hazel

The Hazel produces catkins in winter and edible nuts in late summer or early autumn.
Latin name: Corylus avellana
Food source: Larval
Volume discount 4 - 9: -£1.05
Volume discount 10 +: -£1.80
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Hazel is grown as a hedge plant, shrub or small tree and can be coppiced to make hazel hurdles.  The well known sight of catkins are the male flowers which appear in early winter.  It is the food plant for a variety of moths.
 

Bare-root hedging plants are available at 40-60 cm or 60-90 cm size.
 

PLEASE NOTE: Minimum order for Hedgerow Plants is 30 plants.  (This could be 10 each of 3 different species.)  If ordering in addition to a Hedgerow Collection, then any number can be ordered.  Despatches start in late November.

For protection from rabbits, use our spiral guards and canes.

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The Hazel produces catkins in winter and edible nuts in late summer or early autumn.

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