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HAZELNUT TREE

Botanical Name: Corylus avellana
Description

The Hazel Nut Tree or Filberts are highly nutritious and if you live in the cooler parts of Australia they are certainly worth growing.  Cross pollination is required for Hazelnut trees so you need to plant at least two to ensure nut set.  The pollen is transfered between the trees by the wind.  Trees require cool, moist winters with sufficient chill to break the dormancy of the flowering and vegatative buds about 700 to 900 hours and cool summers.   They like a light, sandy or gravely soil with a PH of around 6 to 6.5, the soil must be well drained but still retain moisture, organic mulches will both help to retain the moisture in the soil and add vital nutrients. 
  Hazelnuts can be eaten fresh or roasted and used in spreads and cereals.  Ground into flour and added to breads and biscuits adds a delicious nutty flavour.  Hazelnuts have many good health benifits, they are very high in vitamin E, an antioxident and cholesterol lowering fats, they are also high in calcium and protein. 

Hazelnut - Ennis

Jumbo Nut, high yielding. Preferred variety for all markets. It requires cross pollination with the Halls Giant. The tree is moderately vigorous and has few suckers and is an abundant cropper. The shell is moderately firm and light brown with pronounced darker-colored stripes. Nuts are large and attractive, averaging 4.2 g, and have a kernel percentage of 48%.
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Hazelnut - Halls Giant

Halls Giant is the main pollinator for Ennis. It does not produce a big crop of nuts but it does shed large amounts of pollen late in the season. Every planting of hazelnuts should contain at least 20% pollinators.
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Hazelnut - American White

A named cultivar which produces a prolific crop of excellent quality large size nuts with a sweet flavour. Another cultivar or seedling hazelnut planted nearby is necessary for cross-pollination.
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Hazlenut Lambert

Hazelnut - Lambert

A named cultivar which produces a prolific crop of excellent quality large size nuts with a sweet flavour. Another cultivar or seedling hazelnut planted nearby is necessary for cross-pollination.
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Hazelnut Red Aveline

Hazelnut - Red Aveline

Spreading bushy tree: small oblong nuts similar to White Aveline but with a chestnut brown shell: pellicle is deep red. Early season flowering, difficult to de-husk.
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Plant Information or Specifications

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions)

2-5m

Plants required to Pollinate

2 compatible plants (Pollination Required)
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Can it Handle Frosts?

Yes

Amount of leaves in Winter?

No Leaves (Deciduous)

Fruiting/Harvest Months

March, April

 

Customer Comments on Hazelnut Tree

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Hazel Nut

All varieties of hazelnuts require cross-pollination in order to produce nuts, so every planting requires two or more varieties. | Jack Armstrong - Melbourne, VIC 29-Sep-2006
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