Hazelnut plants are nut trees which make bear delicious nuts while growing into a lovely hedge or useful screening plant. One of the secrets with them is that they are wind pollinated, and we recommend growing at least three different types together in order to get adequate pollination to set good crops.
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Barcelona hazelnutThe Barcelona hazelnut, originally derived from Spain in the 19th Century, this is one of the older varieties still available, still used commercially, medium to large round nut, productive and hardy, good quality and flavour
Wandliss Pride hazelnutVery similar to the American White, the Wandliss Pride hazelnut has excellent flavour, very good crops, good pollinator
Red Avelline Hazelnut
Out of stockAlso known as Webbs Prize Redskin, the Red Avelline Hazelnut is a nut with a red skin on the nut kernel, taste is excellent, tree is a very good pollinator, and some think it may be partially self fertile so it stands a chance of bearing a crop without other trees nearby
T.B. Cosford hazelnutT.B. Cosford hazelnut has medium sized nuts with a light brown thin shell, good quality nuts and a heavy bearer if nearby other varieties, matures along with all hazelnuts around about mid March through to early May