Beautiful and edible addition to the yard. This deciduous tree will produce delicious edible hazelnuts and its deep wine-color will be eye-catching to everyone. The meaty, flavorful nuts will be ready to pick in September and into October which you can then use for drying, cooking, and eating for months thereafter. It's large heart shaped leaves subtly turns green to burgundy and into an attractive bronze in the fall.
Plant in full sun to full shade in dry to moist well-drained soil.