Hazel Tree Reviews
Description:Member of the birch family and found throughout most of Europe.
Newest Review: ... in diameter and a single 'stool' may consist of more than a dozen of such stems. In amongst the older, thicker-trunked ... more
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by - written on 15/01/11 (Very useful, 303 readings)
Hazel, Corylus avellana and various related species, is a small tree or large shrub which has a natural distribution across Europe and Asia. There are numerous ornamental and varieties of hazel, some having 'copper' coloured (ie dark purple) foliage, others with a contorted growth habit producing cork-screw twisted branches, and various nut-producing types, which grow edible hazel nuts of varying sizes from Filbert to Cob Nuts. The tree has a very distinctive growth habit, hazel being a plant that 'naturally' coppices - ie. it grows many stems upwards from a coppice 'stool' at the base of the plant, producing a multi-stemmed, if generally thin-trunked tree. ... Read the complete review