Corkscrew Hazelnut

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Details

Common name

Corkscrew Hazelnut

Botanical name

Corylus

Variety

Red Majestic

Zone

USDA 3 - 9

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Bloom color

Purple

Bloom time

winter-spring

Light

sun

Height

10-12' (3-3.5 m)

Habit

irregular

Water

every other day

Feed

in spring

Maintenance

provide enough water in fall, before freeze