Burgundy Lace European Filbert

Corylus avellana 'Burgundy Lace' PP #28,216

Bronze-green foliage emerges wine red from dark burgundy buds, with dissected, serrated margins and a heavily veined and textured surface, giving it a beautiful lacy appearance. This sensational small ornamental tree is prized for its stunning foliage and upright, spreading habit; the burgundy catkins produce little pollen. Deciduous.
There are very few rules in gardening, but perhaps the most important one is to work within your zone. Choosing plants that grow and thrive in your particular climate is the very first step toward having a beautiful garden . Learn More

Your climate might be too cold for this plant:


Full sun, Partial sun

Water regularly - weekly; less once established, more in extreme heat.


Find more stores near me >
Set Zip to See Prices
More Information
Botanical PronunciationKOR-ih-lus av-el-AY-nuh
Average Size at MaturityModerate growing; reaches 16 to 20 ft. tall and wide, or larger with age.
Bloom TimeLate Winter
Deciduous/ EvergreenDeciduous
Flower ColorRed
Foliage ColorMulticolored
Garden StyleAsian/Zen, Contemporary, Rustic
Growth HabitSpreading, Upright
Growth RateModerate
Landscape UseBarrier, Hedge, Mass Planting, Specimen, Woodland Garden, Wildlife Garden, Naturalized Areas
Light NeedsFull sun, Partial sun
Patent ActAsexual reproduction of plants protected by the Plant Patent Act is prohibited during the life of the patent.
Soil NeedsAll-Purpose Plant Food
Special FeatureEasy Care, Extreme Cold Hardiness, Improved Disease Resistance, Naturalizes Well, Tolerates Poor Soils, Waterwise, Bird Friendly, Multi-Season Interest
Water NeedsModerate
Watering NeedsWater regularly - weekly; less once established, more in extreme heat.
Companion PlantsArborvitae (Thuja); Beautyberry (Callicarpa); Dogwood (Cornus); Birch (Betula); Sumac (Rhus)

Provide organically rich, well-drained soil. Water deeply, regularly during first few growing seasons to establish root system; once established, reduce frequency. Apply fertilizer in early spring. Prune annually in late winter to shape and maintain size, and remove emerging suckers from base for a more tree-like form.

This Plant's Growing Zones: 4-8

Your USDA Cold Hardiness Zone:

Your climate may be too cold for this plant