Beaked Hazel (Corylus cornuta)
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Young sucker shoots are used to make a rope. The shoots are soaked in urine first, to make them more pliable.
A blue dye is obtained from the root or inner bark[99, 101].
The branches are used in basketry.
Cultivation & Habitat
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