Native throughout the British Isles, it grows to around 30ft (9m)
It can make a strong dense hedge if cut and laid, and makes an ideal hedge if interplanted with thorns and then laid.
It is traditionally used for hurdles, basketwork and occasionally used for walking sticks.
The nuts are edible and are eagerly sought after by many forms of wildlife.
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