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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).

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

Butternut Most northern native of the walnut family, excellent flavor

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.
Limber Pine
Swiss Stone Pine

Are available and produce tasty nuts in the north.

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