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Cobnuts & Filberts (Bare-rooted)

Cobnuts and filberts are related species of hazelnut (Corylus).  They are both small trees which bear separate male and female flowers on the same tree.  The male flowers are the familiar catkins and the female are small, red and unobtrusive.  They are wind pollinated and two varieties are needed to ensure good cross-pollination and should be planted next to one another.  The trees can be kept down to a height of 1.8-2.4m (6ft-8ft) and should be spaced 4.5m (15ft) apart.

Trees are available from late November to late March.

View Ken Muir's 'Guide to Growing Cobnuts & Filberts'.

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