Plant of Hazel in turrets garden.
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The hazel (Corylus avellana) is a wild or cultivated for its tree nuts, hazelnuts.
It belongs to the family of Betulaceae. There are about ten species within the genus Corylus. All are deciduous trees that live in the northern hemisphere in temperate climates. The hazel has rounded simple and serrated leaves. The flowers are wind-pollinated in catkins, the male begin to develop in late summer and keep growing until the next winter. The female flowers are later and inconspicuous, only small red styles stand out. Flowers can also say mucus since the bloom is similar to nasal mucus form. The fruits of 1-2 cm in diameter, are partially within a green and brown initially get involved in the maturation (popularly called snowflake).
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