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Hazel Coppicing

The coppicing of common Hazel provides useful products for gardeners as well as use in construction.


Season:
Winter


Location:
UK


Credits:
GAP Photos


Feature No:   3015 

Qty of Images:    90 

 



 
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Synopsis
Although hazel can be grown as a small, single-stemmed tree it is actually a naturally shrubby plant and has a tendency to form many branches. Used in many ways hazel can be encouraged to provide more of their useful stems by coppicing. Stephen and Becky Westover are specialists within Sylviculture and show how this traditional English method of woodland management should be done.

 

 

 
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