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Walking Stick Bonsai (corylus avellana
European Filbert or Hazelnut is generally grown for its tasty nuts, but
not this one.'Contorta' is better known as Harry's Walking Stick, has
beautifully twisted and contorted weeping branches that are
particularly striking when bare.In late winter to early spring, 2-3"
long, yellowish catkins appear, dangling like ornaments from the wiry
skeleton. They are followed by broad, fuzzy, droopy leaves that turn
yellow before they drop in the fall.In spring and summer and early
autumn, it has large crinkly leaves so dense it hides the exaggerated
corkscrew appearance of the limbs. Deciduous.Keep outdoors. 19 years
old. 24"x17"x30". Potted in a 14.5" brown mica rectangular container
as shown. Suitable 14.5"x10.5" humidity tray is recommended.Click Here to Get this Unique Walking Stick Bonsai!