The curiously twisted branches of this delightful shrub or small tree are at their best in winter, when you can see the contortions and curlicues silhouetted in stark isolation against the sky. It's a form of the common hazel, which usually grows ramrod straight: but the corkscrew hazel, as it's known, has gnarled, squiggling branches that look like a toddler's got loose with the crayons. We store your data securely according to our privacy statement.

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