Beaked Hazel Corylus cornuta
Birch Betulaceae family

Leaves: Heartshaped and double toothed,2-5" long. Leaves have a stalk that is not fuzzy.

Flowers: Catkins are 1/4" - 3/4" long and not stalked.

Fruits: Edible nuts that are enclosed in bristly husks, which are elongated to form a beak.

Form/Habitat: Often found along stone walls as well as thickets and woods.

NWI Status: FACU-

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