(Corylus americana) Also called the American Filbert, this fast-growing shrub is thicket-forming. Its sweet, edible fruit (nuts) mature in July/August and can be eaten raw or ground up. A great wildlife planting, it grows best with full sun to light shade in rich, moist, well-drained soils. Its orange to brick red leaves are spectacular in the fall. Deer, grouse and quail love this shrub, especially when planted as a windbreak. There is a small risk of mildew or fungi diseases.
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