How To Grow A Native Beaked Hazelnut Bush
Try growing one of these unique filberts called beaked hazelnuts. Your squirrels will love them, and so will you.
Growing hazelnuts in the U.S. is difficult because of Eastern filbert blight. The fungus does limited damage to American hazelnut, but it devastates the superior European hazelnut trees. Find out about Eastern filbert blight symptoms and management in this article.
How do hazelnut trees get pollinated? The answer is a little weird. Click here to learn all about this strange process.
Even if you don't grow your own, there are several U-Pick places where you can do your own hazelnut picking. Harvesting hazelnuts is simple to do if you know when to harvest hazelnuts. So how do you harvest hazelnuts? Click here to learn more.
Hazelnut trees grow only 10 to 20 feet tall with a spread of 15 feet, making them suitable for all but the tiniest home gardens. Learn more about hazelnut growing and their care in this article.