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I have a twisted hazel and it has sprouted more growth from the bottom but these only get very tall and straight. Is this because the twisted hazel is grafted on to normal hazel. Ihave left some of them in the hope that they would go curly. Should I just cut them off at the bottom as and when they appear as it does spoil the look of the main plant?



Pull them off - try not to cut them, or the hazel thinks you're pruning it! No, they won't go curly.

7 Apr, 2010


There are two version of this plant one grafted the other grown on its own root. Pulling and not cutting is the way to go, as is done with grafted roses.

7 Apr, 2010

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