Beaked Hazelnut

Corylus cornuta

$35.00$55.00 + GST

A small refined native shrub is the hardiest of hazelnuts. Serrated green foliage turns yellow in fall. Yellow catkins in spring are followed by bristly, beak shaped edible nuts with a distinctive beak-like husk. Fruit production can be sparse but have a sweet taste and are commonly used for fresh eating.

TYPE Deciduous Shrub SUN Full Sun to Part Shade
HEIGHT 6 ft SOIL Well Drained
SPREAD 6 ft FLOWER Spring, Yellow
ZONE 3 FRUIT Edible Fruit
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Latin Name: Corylus cornuta
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Size:

Medium size shrub

Growth Rate:

Medium growth rate

Fall Colour:

Yellow fall colour

Pollination:

Self-pollinator but will produce more abundant, better quality fruit with second pollinator present

Birds/Bees/Hummingbirds:

Attracts birds and squirrels

Applications:

Used as a hedge

Native:

Native plant

Other:

Used in naturalized areas

Invasive:

Produces suckers

Sun:

Plant in a full sun to part shade location

Drainage:

Requires moist well drained soil

Pollution Tolerance:

Highly tolerant of urban pollution

Maintenance:

Low maintenance

Pruning:

Can be pruned at any time

Additional information

Pot Size

#2 Pot, #5 Pot

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