Gallery of Autumn Trees

November portrait of
Corylus avellana 'Contorta'

   

Corkscrew Hazel


The crinkly green leaves of the Contorted Hazel,
aka Henry Lauder's Walking Stick,
slowly turn lemon-yellow in November.
The tree will be bare in December, though still
full of dangling catkins, its winter flowers.


Read more about this little tree on the:
Contorted Filbert Catkins page


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