PLANT INFO


AMERICAN HAZELNUT
CORYLUS AMERICANA

Corylus americana

photo courtesy of Bailey Nursery
CORYLUS AMERICANA

Genus: CORYLUS
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Height: 10-16 Feet Tall
Spread: 8-13 Feet Wide
Color: orange fall color
Full Sun Plants
Full Sun Deciduous Tree Plants
Deciduous Tree
Zone: 4
#0206  
drought tolerant *    woodland critters *  salt tolerant *        

CORYLUS AMERICANA
Grower Notes:

Commonly called American filbert or hazelnut, this Missouri native is a deciduous, rounded, multi-stemmed short tree that grows 10-16 ft tall. In spring, male flowers appear in showy, 2-3" long, yellowish brown catkins and female flowers appear in small, reddish, inconspicuous catkins. Female flowers give way to small, edible nuts - maturing July-August. Fall color is a combination of orange, purplish red, yellow and rose.




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Storage Storage trees are not in Galena. They are in a remote location. Please call your sales rep to order. They are not in the Shop.

(BBnPOT - formerly known as GRSTART - are B&B put into a container - they are above-ground and available now)