Bare Root Hazel Bundle 60/90cm x 100
(Corylus avellana)

Hazel, also known as Corylus avellana, is a deciduous, native hedging plant, that boasts fluffy, yellow catkins in Winter/Spring, and edible nuts in Autumn.

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The fluffy catkins found on a Hazel plant are about the length of its bare twigs. These are partnered with insignificant, white flowers, and big, soft, hairy, deep-green leaves- that soon turn into a rich orange colour during the Autumn. All these features attract many different species of insects, and a few animals, too.

Aside from all this, the plant also produces delicious, edible nuts! If you are wanting to harvest some of these, you must ensure that some catkins and flowers are retained when trimming in March. The nuts will then be ripe and ready by September/October when the squirrels harvest them.

When your Hazel Bare Root plant arrives, you will need to plant it as soon as you can (within 2 days)- do not let the roots dry out.

These 60/90cm bare root Hazel plants are fast-growing and can exceed 5m tall when planted in good conditions.

Hazel hedging can reach an ultimate height of 12m but is best kept at 5m high for ease of maintenance. The plant will tolerate windy, shady, and exposed sites.
  • Growth rate: Fast (40-60cm per year)
  • Ideal height: 5m+ Tall
  • Soil type: Normal, clay, chalk
  • Exposure: Inland, coastal, exposed
  • Aspect: Full sun, semi-shade
  • Evergreen foliage? No
Make sure that as soon as you receive your Hazel Bare Root plant, that you dunk it into a bucket of water for at least 2 hours. The roots must be wet when planted. Ensure you continually water the plant throughout its growing season, too.
Berries

Berries

Fast Growing

Fast Growing

Tall

Tall

White Flower

White Flower

£108
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Hazel, also known as Corylus avellana, is a deciduous, native hedging plant, that boasts fluffy, yellow catkins in Winter/Spring, and edible nuts in Autumn.

View all Hazel plants

The fluffy catkins found on a Hazel plant are about the length of its bare twigs. These are partnered with insignificant, white flowers, and big, soft, hairy, deep-green leaves- that soon turn into a rich orange colour during the Autumn. All these features attract many different species of insects, and a few animals, too.

Aside from all this, the plant also produces delicious, edible nuts! If you are wanting to harvest some of these, you must ensure that some catkins and flowers are retained when trimming in March. The nuts will then be ripe and ready by September/October when the squirrels harvest them.

When your Hazel Bare Root plant arrives, you will need to plant it as soon as you can (within 2 days)- do not let the roots dry out.

These 60/90cm bare root Hazel plants are fast-growing and can exceed 5m tall when planted in good conditions.

Hazel hedging can reach an ultimate height of 12m but is best kept at 5m high for ease of maintenance. The plant will tolerate windy, shady, and exposed sites.
  • Growth rate: Fast (40-60cm per year)
  • Ideal height: 5m+ Tall
  • Soil type: Normal, clay, chalk
  • Exposure: Inland, coastal, exposed
  • Aspect: Full sun, semi-shade
  • Evergreen foliage? No
Make sure that as soon as you receive your Hazel Bare Root plant, that you dunk it into a bucket of water for at least 2 hours. The roots must be wet when planted. Ensure you continually water the plant throughout its growing season, too.

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