Hazel Red-leaved is a deciduous shrub up to 4 m high. Large dark purple leaves turn green by the middle of summer. In autumn they are green with a brownish tint. In early spring, in March and early April, before the leaves bloom, hazel is decorated with inflorescences - catkins. Fruits maroon nuts ripen from August to September. Edible nuts.
The shrub looks very impressive in open areas against the background of a green lawn. Any well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade is fine. In the shade, it almost does not bloom and loses the purple color of the leaves. In drought, watering is necessary. Winter hardiness is high. On sale there is a variety with green leaves and fruits - nuts.
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