of Bark & Limbs in Winter
Harry Lawder's Walking Stick
Contorted Hazel, aka Harry Lauder's Walking Stick,
is famed for its curly branches which are most visible in winter,
as in this December portrait of some upper limbs.
It is further famed for its catkins
that turn into golden chains toward the end of winter.
In this March portrait, the winter catkin-flowers
have brought this little tree to its height of decorativeness.
The evergreen leaves that are intruding
into the photograph are from the Blue Potato Vine.
For more about this little tree in winter, see the article on
Corkscrew Hazel Catkins
& see also
Corntorted Hazel along the autumn trees garden walk
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