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Hazelnut (Corylus Spp.) - Zone 3a-5b

Hazelnut (Corylus Spp.) - Zone 3a-5b

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Corylus Spp. - Hazelnuts are small nut trees or shrubs. They are ideal for small-space plantings. Several species of hazelnut, both pure and hybrid, can be grown in Quebec. Here's our recommended selection of American and hybrid hazelnuts:

American Hazel (Corylus americana) - Ripon seedling - 3a

Native and naturally resistant to eastern hazelnut blight, American hazel produces small to medium-sized, thick-shelled hazelnuts that are typically less prized by hazel balanin than those of long-billed hazelnuts. As well as being hardy, disease- and insect-resistant, American hazel is highly ornamental when its leaves turn a bright orange in autumn. The shrub is prone to suckering. Periodic pruning may therefore be necessary to keep it at the desired size.

Hybrid Hazel - Northern Asian x Qc source (Corylus heterophylla X C. Avellana) - 4a

Medium-sized hazelnut hybrid seedlings that ripen in early September. It is estimated that 70% of seedlings from this source will be acceptably resistant to oriental hazel blight.

Hybrid Hazel (Corylus X Spp.) - Controlled cross F12 - 5a

These hazelnut trees whose parents have been selected for their productivity and disease resistance. They show no signs of vulnerability to oriental hazelnut blight and tend to produce flowers very early in their second year of growth. For zone 5a minimum. Flowering in late August.

Hybrid Hazel (Corylus X Spp.) - Wisconsin seedlings - 4b

Hybrid hazelnut seedlings from a population selected for their adaptability to low-maintenance growing conditions and organic production methods. They are also selected for their productivity and disease resistance. Harvest time can vary from mid-August to mid-September.

Biotope

Bien que les noisetiers préfèrent des sols riches et bien drainés, une fois établis, ils peuvent s'adapter à plusieurs types de sols, allant de sols sablonneux exposé à la sécheresse à des sols argileux qui s'inondent au printemps. La capacité d'adaptation de vos plants dépendra avant tout de leur bagage génétique

Bois

Les tiges de noisetier peuvent être utilisés comme bois d'allumage, comme bois de treillis dans les clôtures, pour le fumage de la nourriture et dans le travail du bois pour la confection d'ustensiles et d'outils

Taille et port

2 à 4 m  de haut par x 2 à 4 m de large à maturité

Pollinisation

Il est recommandé de planter trois noisetiers ou plus

Source

Les semences de nos noisetiers proviennent de Ripon, d'Ontario et du Wisconsin

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