Height: 8-12 ft
Spread: 8-12 ft
Bloom Time: February-March
Sunlight: Full Sun to Part Shade
Soil Moisture: Very Dry-Moist
Also called American Filbert. Nuts ripen in September to October. This colonial species can gradually spread over time once established. Leaves turn a yellow/orange color in autumn. The nuts are used by a large variety of wildlife including blue jays, woodpeckers, turkeys, squirrels, and chipmunks. Planting multiple shrubs increases pollination and can yield more nuts. Deer Resistant.