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American Hazelnut Tree Corylus americana

Starter Plant of American Hazelnut Tree or filbert is a species of the genus Corylus that is native to eastern North America. It is a medium to large shrub that under some conditions can take the form of a small tree. It is an often multi stemmed shrub with long, outward growing branches that form a dense, spreading or spherical shape. American Hazelnut grows as a strong multi stemmed shrub, with edible nuts that mature in September thru October. It is planted by wildlife enthusiasts to attract and keep game in an area. American hazelnut prefers full sun for best growth and development. Though it can grow and persist in partial shade, plant density and fruit production are greatly reduced. It is a medium to fast growing species, that suckers moderately, eventually producing a multi stemmed, clump appearance. American Hazelnut grows to a height of 8 to 12 feet and with a crown spread of 10 to 15 feet. The species adapts well to a range of soil pH and types, but does best on well drained loams. Drought tolerant in zones 4 to 9. Starter Plant of American Hazelnut Tree or filbert is a species of the genus Corylus that is native to eastern North America. It is a medium to large shrub that under some conditions can take the form of a small tree. It is an often multi stemmed shrub with long, outward growing branches that form a dense, spreading or spherical shape. American Hazelnut grows as a strong multi stemmed shrub, with edible nuts that mature in September thru October. It is planted by wildlife enthusiasts to attract and keep game in an area. American hazelnut prefers full sun for best growth and development. Though it can grow and persist in partial shade, plant density and fruit production are greatly reduced. It is a medium to fast growing species, that suckers moderately, eventually producing a multi stemmed, clump appearance. American Hazelnut grows to a height of 8 to 12 feet and with a crown spread of 10 to 15 feet. The species adapts well to a range of soil pH and types, but does best on well drained loams. Drought tolerant in zones 4 to 9.
American Hazelnut Tree Corylus americana

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Gallon plant of American Hazelnut Tree or filbert is a species of the genus Corylus that is native to eastern North America. It is a medium to large shrub that under some conditions can take the form of a small tree. It is an often multi stemmed shrub with long, outward growing branches that form a dense, spreading or spherical shape. American Hazelnut grows as a strong multi stemmed shrub, with edible nuts that mature in September thru October. It is planted by wildlife enthusiasts to attract and keep game in an area. American hazelnut prefers full sun for best growth and development. Though it can grow and persist in partial shade, plant density and fruit production are greatly reduced. It is a medium to fast growing species, that suckers moderately, eventually producing a multi stemmed, clump appearance. American Hazelnut grows to a height of 8 to 12 feet and with a crown spread of 10 to 15 feet. The species adapts well to a range of soil pH and types, but does best on well drained loams. Drought tolerant in zones 4 to 9



Annona muricata soursop Tree

Annona muricata (soursop)Tree 6-12 inches is a mid-sized evergreen tree native to Tropical America. In nature, the trees have a smooth grey-brown bark and will reach about 25 feet (7.6 m) tall. The glossy, dark green leaves are lanceolate, reaching 6 inches (15 cm) long. The fruit is used in making sherbets and for drinks. The leaves, seeds, bark, root and fruit have been used medicinally. The trees are fairly easy to grow, and their size is easily controlled by selective pruning and container size. They are hardy in USDA zones 10-11.
Annona muricata soursop Tree

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Starter plant 6-12" of Annona muricata soursop or guyabano tree Plant Guyabano tree is a mid sized evergreen tree native to Tropical America. In nature, the trees have a smooth grey brown bark and will reach about 25 feet tall. The glossy dark green leaves are lanceolot, reaching 6 inches long. The fruit is used in making sherbets and for drinks. The leaves, seeds, bark, root and fruit have been used medicinally. Annona muricatas are fairly easy to grow, and their size is easily controlled by selective pruning and container size. USDA hardiness zones 10 to 11.



Ardisia crenata Coralberry

Starter plant of  Coral Ardisia Hilo Holly or Ardisia crenata. This shrub grows 2-6 feet with glossy scalloped leaves that are evergreen in zones 9-11. These beautiful bright red berries are a real attraction for birds in my yard. Quite drought tolerant in full or part shade. Starter plant of  Coral Ardisia Hilo Holly or Ardisia crenata. This shrub grows 2-6 feet with glossy scalloped leaves that are evergreen in zones 9-11. These beautiful bright red berries are a real attraction for birds in my yard. Quite drought tolerant in full or part shade.
Ardisia crenata Coralberry

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Starter plant of Coral Ardisia - Hilo Holly or Ardisia crenata. This shrub grows 2-6 feet with glossy scalloped leaves that are evergreen in zones 9-11. These bright red berries are a real attraction for birds in my yard. Quite drought tolerant in full or part shade.



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