An occasional photo-diary about the natural world, trees, woodlands and bonsai.
Monday, 8 March 2010
Corkscrew Hazel in flower
This Corylusavellana "contorta" (also here) has been edited slightly and is now in flower, with its catkins extending. The male flowers are the catkins, which are obvious, but there are also tiny red female flowers at the end of some of the buds.