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Filbert trees are native nut trees that grow in the forests of the United States.  The early American Colonists brought the European filbert trees to plant in their gardens, but the native filberts seemed to be much more cold hardy and easier to grow than the European hazelnut (filbert) trees.  In the U.S. The American filbert tree  is very productive and is easy to cross pollinate by planting another tree within 50 feet for the best pollination.  The American filbert trees will often begin bearing the first year that  it grows to 6 feet tall.

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review »

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All these trees are alive and well! May 18, 2017
Reviewer: Mary Nix from MINCO, OK United States  
These nut trees are thriving!

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Well developed roots February 13, 2017
Reviewer: A.S. from Mulberry, TN United States  
Arrived in good condition

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Filbert tree (American) January 1, 2017
Reviewer: Richard Davis from Hamilton, AL United States  
The trees arrived in good condition and were immediately set out into damp soil.  They had very good root systems, however, some of the roots were dryer than I expected they were not dead or brittle dry but they were not covered with the water/gell  substance.

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So far so good March 29, 2016
Reviewer: Philip Turner from Charlestown, NH United States  
The filbert trees came with good root systems, so I expect them to establish themselves OK.  It's not quite April and we expect freezing weather here in New Hampshire for the next two weeks at least... so we'll see.

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quick shipping February 15, 2016
Reviewer: Jack Croom from Vidor, TX United States  
excelent

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