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Brandes Jordan Almond

$33.50
Suitable hot climates. Produces large to medium sized brown pointed, broad coarse nuts. Ripens early, suitable for roasting, cooking and blanching and eaten fresh. (generic image used GNU Free Documentation License) Harvest: early February Pollenisers:...

Californian Papershell Almond

$33.50
Syn. Nonpareil. One of the best flavoured almonds, although susceptible to bird damage due to thin shell. Pollination group 2. (generic image used GNU Free Documentation License) Harvest: February Pollenisers: Ne plus Ultra, Mission, Self-pollinating...

Chellaston Almond

$33.50
Soft shelled, medium kernel. Medium vigour.  Mid-season. Used for blanching, roasting, confectionery and cooking. (generic image used GNU Free Documentation License) Harvest: late summer Pollenisers: Brandes Jordan, Johnston Prolific,...

Hall's Giant hazelnut

$34.95
This German variety is a useful late pollinator for many other Hazelnut cultivars. Hall’s Giant can produce many catkins although nut quantities can be low. Hazelnuts prefer mild summers and cool winters (temperate climate) and do best when a...

IXL Almond

$33.50
A papershell variety, large nuts, heavy cropping. (generic image used GNU Free Documentation License) Harvest: late summer Pollenisers: Ne plus Ultra, Mission, Self-pollinating Almond, Californian Papershell

Johnston Prolific Almond

$33.50
Large coarse nuts with good flavour. Eaten fresh, blanched or roasted. (generic image used GNU Free Documentation License) Harvest: early March Pollenisers: Brandes Jordan, Chellasto, Self-pollinating Almond

Lewis hazelnut

$34.95
Lewis is a variety that originated in Oregon USA. It is grown mainly for it’s kernels. Hazelnuts prefer mild summers and cool winters (temperate climate) and do best when a number of conditions are met: annual rainfall of over 750 mm or additional...

Mission Almond

$33.50
Medium nuts with a hard shell. Excellent for roasting. Harvest: late March Pollenisers: Californian Papershell, Ne Plus Ultra, Self-pollinating Almond, IXL (generic image used GNU Free Documentation License)

Self-pollinating Almond

$35.00
Produces sweet flavoured almonds in an easily cracked shell. Requires only a single tree for fruit set. (generic image used GNU Free Documentation License) Harvest: late February - late March Pollenisers: self-pollinating

Self-pollinating Almond (dwarf)

$53.25
Produces sweet flavoured almonds in an easily cracked shell. Requires only a single tree for fruit set. (generic image used GNU Free Documentation License) Harvest: late February - late March Pollenisers: self-pollinating

T.B. Cosford hazelnut

$34.95
TB Cosford, or Brownfield Tokolyi Cosford or Tokolyi Cosford, was selected in Australia. It is a vigorous hardy tree with good steady yields. It’s major use is for blanched kernels and is suitable in confectionaries. The mid-brown nuts have a thin...
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Tonda Di Giffoni hazelnut

Tonda Di Giffoni hazelnut

$34.95
This vigorous Italian variety is used mainly for blanched kernels that have a nutty flavour. Hazelnuts prefer mild summers and cool winters (temperate climate) and do best when a number of conditions are met: annual rainfall of over 750 mm or additional...

Wanliss Pride hazelnut

$34.95
Wanliss Pride originates in Australia and is used mostly for in-shell nuts. It was grown commonly in the 1920’s in parts of Victoria and some very productive trees remain today. Nuts may not store as long as other varieties. Hazelnuts prefer mild...