Filberts, Hazels

Prohibited to AZ

(Corylus species) Filberts are easy to grow and very productive! Filberts can be grown in USDA Zones 5-9. They are by far the most important nut crop grown commercially in the Pacific Northwest. This small tree prefers a cool, wet climate. Filberts flower in mid-winter. The abundant male catkins make a showy display. Humid, windy weather is ideal for distributing pollen to the tiny red female flowers. By the end of August nuts are ripe. They drop in September.

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Category Items

  • Beaked Hazelnut (1 Gallon Pot / Fall)
  • Beaked Hazelnut (1 Gallon Pot / Fall)

  • Burgundy Lace Filbert-1 Qt Pot [SPRING]
  • Burgundy Lace Filbert-1 Qt Pot [SPRING]

  • Dorris Filbert (Fall)
  • Dorris Filbert (Fall)

  • Dorris Filbert [SPRING]
  • Dorris Filbert [SPRING]

  • McDonald Filbert [SPRING]
  • McDonald Filbert [SPRING]

  • Red Dragon Filbert-One Gallon Pot [SPRING]
  • Red Dragon Filbert-One Gallon Pot [SPRING]

  • Theta Filbert-Sleeve (Fall)
  • Theta Filbert-Sleeve (Fall)

  • Wepster Filbert [SPRING]
  • Wepster Filbert [SPRING]

  • Yamhill Filbert [SPRING]
  • Yamhill Filbert [SPRING]

  • Yamhill Filbert-Sleeve (Fall)
  • Yamhill Filbert-Sleeve (Fall)

  • York Filbert (Fall)
  • York Filbert (Fall)