Hazel catkins

Hazel catkins

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Caption: Hazel catkins. Numerous catkins on the branches of a hazel tree (Corylus avellana contorta). Catkins are clusters of small flowers. The catkins release pollen, the male reproductive cells of the plant. This occurs in spring. Large quantities of hazel pollen are released, and this can cause hay fever in some people. The hazel is native to Europe. Photographed in Germany.

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Keywords: botanical, botany, catkin, corylus avellana contorta, flower, flowering, germany, hazel, nature, part, parts, plant, reproduction, reproductive, tree

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