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Nut Trees

These are some valuable trees to grow for shade, fine wood, wildlife, food, & fun.

They take some time to mature and they are worth the wait. (Hazelnuts sometimes begin bearing in 1 - 3 years)

2-3 for pollination. Plant 20-30’ apart (Hazelbert bushes, plant 3-6’ apart).

American Chestnut

Old classic from a possibly resistant strand north of the Adirondacks

Black Walnut Valuable wood, favorful nuts, hardiest selections you will fnd.

Butternut Most northern native of the walnut family, excellent favo

Buartnut Cross between Butternut & Japanese Heartnut. Fast grower showing some resistance to disease.

Shagbark Hickory Delicious nuts & ornamental shaggy bark

Ashworth Bur Oak The hardiest oak, edible acorns low in tannic acid & nearly sweet.

Hazelbert Edible, self-thickening 8-12’ hedge or single shrub. Easy to grow nut clusters you can crack with a hand nutcracker. Amazing orange-red fall color. makes an excellent windbreak or screen.
$35 and $75 sizes.

Korean Nut Pine Large cones with large edible, tasty pine nuts. 1-2’ tall trees.

Prices for Nut Trees: $35, $75, and $150 sizes
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