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Nut Trees

Hazelnuts and almonds. Hazels are great for mass hedging, but can be trained into a small tree. Almond pollination can be tricky but this self-fertile one allows you to grow plenty with just one tree.

Nut Trees There are 4 products.

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  • $150.00

    Our hazelnuts come in a pack of 10 advanced suckers, containing a mixture of varieties to afford the best chance of pollination and bearing nuts. We are including 4 American White, 2 Tonda di Giffooni, 2 Cossford, and 2 Barcelona. Being suckers, the root system hasnt been established and these trees need to be grown in a nursery for a year before being...

    $150.00
  • $35.00

    This sweet flavoursome soft shelled almond is self-fertile, producing a tree about 3m high. A very attractive tree covered in single white flowers just as the leaves emerge in spring. It likes it hot in summer, but well drained soil and enough watering during the summer growth. It needs some winter chill to pollinate but will not tolerate frost. Expect...

    $35.00
  • $35.00

    These chestnuts produce large, handsome deciduous trees, with serrated leaves and white flowers in summer. The nuts are enclosed in a spiky 'burr' which splits when ripe. The nuts are edible - preferable roasted, making a firm sweet nutty warming winter treat. Trees grow large and spreading and should be planted at least 7-10m apart.

    $35.00
  • $35.00

    These chestnuts produce large, handsome deciduous trees, with serrated leaves and white flowers in summer. The nuts are enclosed in a spiky 'burr' which splits when ripe. The nuts are edible - preferable roasted, making a firm sweet nutty warming winter treat. Trees grow large and spreading and should be planted at least 7-10m apart.

    $35.00
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