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  1. Many thanks for the good advice. The reason I am asking about all this is because we bought a newbuild and originally the tree was a Sorbus Aria but it died. They replaced it and advised it would be replaced with another Sorbus Aria however clearly that hasn't happened as we have a Hazel tree now. We like the idea of a tree and not a bush or shrub and we liked the idea of the white flowers on the Sorbus Aria. Would a Sorbus Aria look much nicer and 'tree like' in your opinion?
  2. Thanks a lot. The nuts are from my tree. Do you know if it is likely to grow more like a tree or bush and should I be cutting off the growth from the root ball and lower trunk? Is the wild hazel called Corylus Avellena?
  3. It has had some stem growth on the roots and trunk and I have cut them off as I didn't want anything growing from the root ball. I'd much prefer a tree than a bush. Is there anyway to tell definitely which variety of Hazel it is? Someone mentioned the Turkish Hazel before and this looks quite tree like from the Google images I've found.
  4. Thanks all. No joke I'm afraid. I don't know my trees or my nuts.
  5. Can anyone identify this tree please? I am unsure what it is.


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