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American Hazelnut Tree
Ideal Where Space Is Limited
Small size, big production! At just 15 ft. tall, American Hazelnut can be used as an attractive shrub-like landscape plant with fiery fall foliage. Nuts are easy to crack and contain small, sweet kernels for eating fresh and cooking. Harvest from September to October; plant two for pollination. Zones 4-8.
This item ships only in the fall.
If our fall shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following fall.
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- Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Reviewed By: Henry (Bonne Terre, MO)
These hazelnuts are extremely hardy. They grow well and are resistant to a lot of insects. However, the nuts are about 1/8 the size of the ones you buy in the store. I got half a grocery bag of nuts off the ones I planted three years ago, but they are too small to crack and eat. If you want larger nuts, you need a named cultivar instead of these.
- Sunday, August 29, 2010
Bushes or trees?
Reviewed By: Jerry (Washington, Indiana)
I purchased two of these "twigs" four years ago. They are large bushes now and made nuts last fall. This year they are loaded! I would rather they "tree" out instead of being bushes.
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