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'Catkin Tree'

Salix exigua

Salix exigua produces elegant lance-shaped, silvery green leaves on slender stems, which wave majestically in the wind. In spring, fuzzy pale yellow catkins decorate the branches as the leaves emerge. Forming a thicket of upright stems, this deciduous shrub requires little pruninMore Info

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Hazelnut Collection

Hazelnuts make attractive and productive nut trees. This special collection combines two excellent varieties that will bring colour, catkins and plenty of cobnuts for seasonal interest all year round. These Hazelnuts are self-fertile and will begin to produce nuts three to four aMore Info

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Hazelnut 'Red Cracker'

A striking red filbert, with dark red leaves and pretty red husks with crisp white inner kernels. This vigorous tree is stunning in spring with its highly attractive foliage, and also provides winter interest when it is covered in yellow catkins which hold well on the tree. HazelMore Info

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Hazelnut 'Kentish Cob' (Filbert)

Hazelnut 'Kentish Cob' is probably the best-known UK variety and easiest to grow in the garden. This attractive, bushy tree produces a mass of yellow-green catkins in the early spring followed a heavy crop of cobnuts in from September. Cobnut 'Kentish Cob' is self-fertile and theMore Info

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Salix babylonica 'Tortuosa'

A fascinating deciduous tree, the Corkscrew Willow produces strongly twisted shoots and branches which make an eye-catching feature in winter. In spring, small yellow catkins appear followed by slender twisted green leaves in summer, which create a light feathery texture. Hardy aMore Info

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Quercus ilex

Quercus ilex or Holm Oak is an iconic feature of the British countryside. Its evergreen leaves are glossy and tough on top but pale underneath, providing both coverage and variety throughout the year. In the spring, this foliage is complemented by yellow catkins, which graduallyMore Info

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Pussy Willow (Hedging)

Also known as the Goat Willow, Pussy Willow is a deciduous shrub or small tree which makes a great addition to mixed wildlife hedges or planted as an informal screen. Well known for its soft grey, furry catkins which appear in early spring on bare branches, the flowers which emerMore Info

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Hazel (Hedging)

Well known as a tree grown for its Cobnuts or Hazelnuts, Corylus avellana is also a fantastic hedging plant. Elegant yellow catkins hang gracefully along the bare branches in early spring, followed by large, rounded green leaves which turn to buttery yellow in autumn. Less formalMore Info

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Sweet Chestnut (Hedging)

Sweet Chestnut hedging not only looks good, but can provide you with delicious sweet chestnuts in late autumn! Castanae sativa tolerates being kept clipped to your desired size, and providing the catkin-flowers aren't removed when they appear in summer, you will be rewarded withMore Info

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Twisted willow (Hedging)

Twisted willow, also known as the Corkscrew Willow, is a deciduous tree known for its bizarre, contorted growing habit. Salix babylonica 'Tortuosa' grows quickly, producing stems that twist and turn like a corkscrew - even the leaves do the same! Yellow catkins appear on bare braMore Info

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Silver birch (Hedging)

Silver birch makes an attractive addition to a native hedging scheme. Its delicate stems and twigs form a dense screen, even when bare in winter. Brown catkins hang down in late spring and summer, against the back drop of leaves, adding extra interest - and of course the silver/wMore Info

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