An attractive shrub for a woodland or edibles garden. Early catkins give way to edible nuts encased in a fuzzy capsule. Its oval leaves, with double saw-toothed margins, turn vibrant yellow in fall. Nuts are dispersed and hidden by squirrels and birds; it is more disease resistant than a filbert. Two or more shrubs are needed for adequate nut production.
Sandy-clay, loam, well draining
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