Corylus avellana – Hazel Hedging

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Corylus avellana – Hazel Hedging

Hazel Hedging - We supply plants & all aspects of hedging including box hedging within the Chichester Winchester Tangmere Bognor Portsmouth Bournemouth Guildford Andover Southampton Brighton West Sussex Hampshire Surrey Dorset New Forest Greater London Wiltshire areas

Corylus avellana – Hazel – Pot Grown

Botanical Name Common Name Sizes Supplied Item Price (£) + VAT Pot
Corylus avellana Hazel 60-90cm POA 2ltr

Corylus avellana – Hazel – Bare Root & Root Ball

Botanical Name Common Name Sizes Supplied Item Price (£) + VAT Type
Corylus avellana Hazel 40-60cm POA BR
Corylus avellana Hazel 60-100cm 0.80 BR

Key: BR = Bare Root | (Available November to March – Min Order 50 no. )

Details / Key Facts

Corylus avellana – Common Hazel is a vigorous, bushy native tree that makes a great country hedging plant for mixed hedges. It is shade tolerant, suitable for any soil and it bears edible nuts in autumn. In the wild, Hazel trees rarely grow with a single stem mainly because deer and other animals eat the leaves and shoots of young plants. They cause very bushy growth that ends up creating more of a large, multi stemmed shrub than a tree.

Key Facts

  • Common name: Hazel
  • Botanical name: Coryllus avellana
  • Group: Hedge 
  • Flowering time: Spring
  • Soil: Chalk, Clay, Sand, Loam
  • Height and spread: 2.5-4 metres and 2.5-4 metres
  • Aspect: South-facing or North-facing or West-facing or East-facing. Full Sun or Partial Shade
  • Hardiness: Hardy
  • Difficulty: Easy


Native Mixed hedging is traditionally made up of 50% hawthorn & blackthorn, with remaining 50% split between the other varieties.

Minimum order 50 plants of each variety.

Recommend 5 plants per metre in a double staggered row.

How To Grow

Langley Horticulture recommend 5 plants per metre in a double staggered row. Grows well in chalky soil in sun or partial shade. For fruit production, grow as a goblet-shaped bush. Keep clear soil in a 60cm radius around trunk.

Propagate by chip budding in mid- to late summer or grafting onto cLonally produced rootstocks or seedlings in late winter

Suggested planting locations and garden types
Hedging & screens low maintenance cottage & informal garden wildflower meadow wildlife gardens


Corylus are deciduous trees and large shrubs with broad leaves, and showy male catkins in early spring, followed by edible nuts.

Further Information
‘Cosford’ is a good cobnut for fruit and a good pollinator. Growing at least two cultivars will ensure cross pollination.


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