Tree branch examples

Ali Rowe
Can we do a combo of both branches? Mixing Hazel, that twisty feel with something more straight for structure and hanging...
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Zie de maan schijnt door de bomen, Sinterklaas, Feestdagen voor kinderen

Zie de maan schijnt door de bomen, Sinterklaas, Feestdagen voor kinderen

SBG thinks this Corylus avelana contorta, the twisted hazelnut is one of the best craft and decor plant to add to the garden. Best of all it bursts into dangling catkins on the barren twigs at the first sign of spring - focal point of the early garden and and endless supply of sticks.

SBG thinks this Corylus avelana contorta, the twisted hazelnut is one of the best craft and decor plant to add to the garden. Best of all it bursts into dangling catkins on the barren twigs at the first sign of spring - focal point of the early garden and and endless supply of sticks.

The Corkscrew Hazel (Corylus avellana Contorta) is full of twisting twigs and branches. A slow growing ornamental bush/tree that is most interesting in winter when you can see the curly branches best.

The Corkscrew Hazel (Corylus avellana Contorta) is full of twisting twigs and branches. A slow growing ornamental bush/tree that is most interesting in winter when you can see the curly branches best.

Corylus avellana 'Contorta' (Harry Lauder walking stick, Corkscrew hazel)...I have a big one...how do I get it to Provence?

Corylus avellana 'Contorta' (Harry Lauder walking stick, Corkscrew hazel)...I have a big one...how do I get it to Provence?

"Coppicing is a highly skilled way of harvesting wood without chopping down the whole tree (which invariably kills it). Instead, part of the tree is cut, leaving the rest to regrow. Done correctly, regrowth is vigorous, and the same tree can be harvested again every five to ten years, often over hundreds of years."  This page is from Vertical Veg, about urban coppicing in Manchester, England. Biochar is one of the useful byproducts.

"Coppicing is a highly skilled way of harvesting wood without chopping down the whole tree (which invariably kills it). Instead, part of the tree is cut, leaving the rest to regrow. Done correctly, regrowth is vigorous, and the same tree can be harvested again every five to ten years, often over hundreds of years." This page is from Vertical Veg, about urban coppicing in Manchester, England. Biochar is one of the useful byproducts.

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