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American Hazelnut plants are available in 2 sizes:
Please note: Cannot ship to Arizona, California or Oregon.Orders shipping to the following states: AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, and WY are subject to a 20% handling charge due to additional plant preparation and shipping surcharges.
American Hazelnut, Corylus
A native plant variety, Hazelnuts are medium to fast growers that sucker moderately, eventually producing a multi-stemmed, clump appearance growing to a height of 8 to 12 feet and with a crown spread of 10 to 15 feet.
The nuts produced by American Hazelnut are a preferred by squirrels, deer, turkey, woodpeckers, pheasants and other animals. The male catkins are a food staple of ruffed grouse throughout the winter. They are also grown for use in cakes, cookies, and candies.
American Hazelnut or filbert has low water requirements and shows a high tolerance to salt and alkali soils. This species adapts well to a range of soil pH and types, but performs best in well drained loamy soil.
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