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We planted Bottoms' Corner in 1999, fulfilling a long-held dream to create a new hazel (Corylus avellana) woodland. The three hectare wood is now yielding good quality hazel sticks.

Take a look at the price list below, for three products that we sell a lot of each year. We have supplied hazel for lots of other uses and are happy to cut and supply to your specification if we can. If you need poles of different sizes or for other uses, please let us know.

In recent years we have supplied hazel for rabbit purse net pegs and long nets, Christmas wreaths, arty picture frames, basket making, yurt poles, hurdle uprights, den building...
How about
plant supports, garden sticks, as an alternative to bamboo canes, obelisks, spars...

Bean poles - end of season sale - haven't got your beans in yet? We've found a pile of hazel sticks from this season and need the space. Sticks from 4' - 8' available, from 40p-£1 each. Contact us now - only a few remain (must be collected)
email 01462 711815, 07794 013876
(23 May 2015)

Hazel pea sticks
The bees knees for peas! Yes these branching hazel tops are the best solution for any scrambling plant - peas, sweet peas, nasturtiums... They also provide excellent leaning posts for those leggy herbaceous plants; the likes of delphiniums, that can so easily be knocked down in summer winds especially if your garden is in an exposed location. You'll need to get them in early in the spring so that your plants can grow through them. Because they are dark and quite attractive in their own right, they won't look out of place whilst your plants get cracking through the spring.  You'll see them in some of the best gardens around the UK.

Hazel bean poles
So much better than bamboo, hazel is naturally nobbly and provides great support for any climbing plant including your rampant runners. We reckon a bean pole is between 6'6" and 8 feet (2-2.5m) long, but we can supply them longer or shorter. Once you've tried hazel, we are sure you won't want to go back to bamboo.

A note on longevity
Hazel is a natural product and we don't treat it with any preservatives. Left outside, bean poles and pea sticks will probably last two seasons and perhaps another if you are careful in the autumn in untangling the remains of plants from them and storing them somewhere dry through the winter. They definitely look scruffier in their second year. The large, commercial gardens we supply buy fresh sticks each spring.
Hazel sticks make splendid kindling when they've done their work in the garden - bring them inside, somewhere warm at the end of the summer and they'll be just right by the first frost.

For more ideas for supporting climbers in your garden, click here

Join forces to cut delivery costs
This season's
willow and hazel: bean poles and pea sticks now available. Most customers prefer them in spring, but we are taking orders now. These are expensive to courier. Do you have friends, neighbours or fellow gardening club members who might want to share delivery costs? We would be pleased to quote for large deliveries within about 50 miles of Gravenhurst. The more individual orders we can combine, the lower our delivery charge per customer will be. Delivery arranged to suit you but better for us around March/April. Please contact us by email or give us a ring 01462 711815 or 07794 013876
We sell hazel pea sticks in bundlers of 15

We sell pea sticks in bundles of 15

large bundles of hazel pea sticks for delivery to a commercial garden
Large bundles of hazel pea sticks for delivery to a commercial garden

New hazel regrowth in June after coppicing
Hazel regrowth in June after coppicing during the previous winter

hazel claves - 30cm rods to be used to make music in a north London school
Hazel claves - 30cm rods to be used to make music in a north London school
We deliver large orders of pea sticks and other products each spring
We deliver large orders of pea sticks and other products each spring
Don't forget
we sell willow too, cut from our own willow beds.
So if you need willow for basket making or all sorts of other uses, have a look at our willow page
or give us a ring on 01462 711815

Pea sticks Branched hazel tops of between 1-1.8m (3-6'). Bundles of 15 sticks £4.50
Bean poles More or less straight, unbranched poles. Less than 3.0cm diameter. 2 - 2.5m (6' 6" - 8')  from £1.80
Hedge stakes More or less straight poles. 1.5m (5' 6"), 2-5cm diameter £0.50

 
hazel hedges stakes ready for delivery
Hedge stakes cut in September
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