Plants at Edible Landscaping
Nuts - Almonds
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Halls Hardy Almond - Prunus amygdalus Communis x a persia
Almond Halls Hardy 2 A fine ornamental with large showy pink blossoms. Hall's is a cross of almond and peach. The nuts are not paper shell and are similar to a peach seed.The hard green flesh around the nut splits and the seed drops like almonds do. Hall's is very adaptable especially to East coast conditions. Generally almonds grow well in California and some parts of Texas, but are not usually adapted to the eastern states. The nuts are very tasty with a hint of bitter almond flavor. The trees look like a peach tree and can be pruned to an open vase pruning to keep the tree easy to pick. Space 12' circle; height 8' with annual pruning. Zone 5-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 2.75 Gallon (Trade 3G) grafted on Lovell - Standard, all soils esp. clay$48.00


Nuts - Chestnut
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Chinese Chestnut - Castanea mollissima
Nuts Chestnuts wallace Chinese Chestnuts are good nuts to grow in the U.S. because of their resistance to blight. The tree grows tall and spreading. Two plants should be planted to ensure production of nuts. Space 30' circle Zones 5 - 8. 

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1 5 Gallon  Seedling$53.00


Dunstan Seedling Chestnut - Castanea dentata x mollisima
Chestnut Dunstan Nuts This is a seedling from the American x Chinese hybrid from fruit breeder Dr. Dunstan of Greensboro, NC and Alachua, FL. 2 Dunstan Seedlings will pollinate each other. Blight resistant. Space 30' circle, height 30' to 40'. Zones 5-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 4 inch pot  Seedling$14.00
1 Quart Pot  Seedling$18.00
1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$28.00


Layeroka Chestnut - C. mollissima X C. sativa
Layeroka is a blight resistant Chinese and European chestnut hybrid. The tree produces an abundance of large sweet chestnuts. Can become a large, tall tree, over 50 feet. Two of these seedlings are needed for pollination. Zone 4-8 

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1 Quart Pot  Seedling$18.00


Nuts - Chinquapin
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Native Chinquapin - Castanea pumila
Nuts Chinquapin nut in husk in October A native bush with small sweet chinquapin nuts. Nuts similar to chestnut but not as large. Adapted from Maine to Georgia. A pretty ornamental in sun or shade, leaves turning bright yellow in fall. Mature height 6'-12'. Best to have two to set fruit. Space 10'. circle. Zones 5-9. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 Quart Pot  Seedling$15.00
1 1 Gallon  Seedling$34.00


Nuts - Filberts aka Hazelnut
Native American Filbert - Corylus americana
Filberts Tassel 171 American filberts are pretty hedge bushes 6-8 feet tall. Native to the eastern U.S. Two plants are needed to set fruit. Very showy catkins in spring. Sweet small nuts ripen in August. Space 6' circle. Zones 5-8. 

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1 Quart Pot  Seedling$15.00 * Ready Date (see note)



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Jefferson Filbert - Corylus avellana
Filberts Dessert In Hand Jefferson is the new filbert that is replacing Barcelona as the leading variety. Barcelona was the most popular filbert grown in the US, but is not resistant to Eastern Filbert Blight.Jefferson is, and provides high yields of attractive nuts on an easily managed upright shrub. Pollinated by the late pollen shedding Theta and early pollen shedding York, which are also resistant to EFB, gives all three varieties excellent nut set. Introduced by Oregon State University. Plants are on their own roots. Space 8-10' circle. 15' height. Zone 5-8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3 Gallon  own roots$48.00
1 5 Gallon  own roots$68.00


Theta Filbert Nut - Corylus avellana
Filbert in Husk The hazelnut breeding program at Oregon State University directed by Shawn Mehlenbacher uses the genetic diversity in the genus Corylus to create new cultivars with resistance to eastern filbert blight. Theta is a 2009 release that is immune to the blight. Theta pollinates Jefferson and Eta with sizable nuts of its own. Plants are on their own roots. Zone 5-8 

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Sacajawea Filbert - Corylus avellana L
Filbert in Husk 2 Sacagawea is a high quality early variety. Besides being a beautiful compact landscape plant, the nuts are delicious and larger than some varieties and high yielding. Sacajawea is pollinated by the York variety. Harvest starts in August at the nursery. The nuts are in demand as far as squirrels are concerned. Locate your filberts, also called hazelnuts, away from woods and trees where squirrels can move back and forth unseen. Plant them in the open. Squirrels would rather not run on the ground to a tree, as they are more exposed to predators. Planting 3 or 4 different varieties can increase yields. Space 10' circle Zone 5-8 

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Red Dragon Contorted Filbert - C. avellana
Filbert Red Dragon Contorted This new introduction of contorted filbert has red-purple leaves and resists filbert blight. Red Dragon is dwarf with a compact zig zag branching. Red Dragon Filbert is late pollen shedding. Space 8' circle Zone 5-7 

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1 2 inch pot  own roots$15.00


Nuts - Ginkgo
Ginkgo Seedlings - Ginkgo biloba
Nuts Ginko leaves Seedlings are an economic way of starting a grove of Ginkgo. These plants are not sexed, we do not know if they are male or female but on average about 50% of the seedlings will be male and 50% will be female. We can not guarantee male or female. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 2 inch pot  Seedling$6.00
1 3 inch pot  Seedling$8.00


Nuts - Pecans
Hardy Giant Pecan - Carya illinoinensis
Nut Pecan Pawnee Also called James, Hardy Giant nuts can be as large as 1 1/2" in diameter. Easy to crack nuts. The tree is self pollinating. Yields can be increased with pollination from Kanza or Colby. Will withstand -20 degrees F. Originated in Brunswick, MO. Kernels are plump, golden yellow ripening about the last week of September. Zones 6-9. 30' to 50' height , space 20' to 30' circle Native 

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Surecrop Pecan - Carya illinoinensis
Pollinates both Colby and Hardy Giant. Dependable bearer and the nuts are easy to crack. Zones 6-9. 30' - 50' height, space 20' to 30' circle. Native 

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Colby Pecan - Carya illinoiensis
Nuts Peruque Pecan Leaves Medium size, long oval nut, Matures in 160 day growing season. Tree is vigorous and productive; resistant to leaf fungi; retains its foliage late into the fall; a heavy pollen producer. Originated in Fayette County, IL. Pollinates with Peruque . Zones 6-8. Native Space 20' to 30' circle, height 20'-30'. 

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1 2.75 Gallon (Trade 3G)  Hardy Pecan Seedling$73.00


Kanza Pecan - Carya illinoisenses
Nut Pecan Young Tree An early maturing large nut averaging 69lbs of nuts per tree. Introduced from Texas. Pollinates with Canton or Peruque. Space 25' circle. We have Kanza grafted on a hardy 160 day nut maturing rootstock. The rootstock goes dormant sooner than if Kanza was grafted on a southern rootstock, making it hardy in zone 7 and 6. Locally Kanza is a favorite. The trees stay lush green throughout the summer and the nuts show no signs of pecan scab. Will start producing in 3 to 4 years. Zones 6-8 

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Peruque Pecan - Carya illinoinensis
Nut Pecan Pawnee The Peruque pecan is an early season producer derived from a selection of native seedlings near the Mississippi River. Average production is 81 nuts per pound, with 59% kernel. Peruque kernels are golden, with tight dorsal groves. Prefers moist soils. Medium sized, thin shelled nuts with a 160 day ripening season. Recommended for USDA hardiness zones 6-8 and warmer parts of zone 5. Partly self fruitful. Pollinators include Kanza and Colby. 

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1 2.75 Gallon (Trade 3G)  Hardy Pecan Seedling$73.00


Nuts - Pines
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Italian Stone Pine - Pinus pinea
Pine Italian Stone Pine in pot Italian Stone Pine has decorative pine cones and can give an abundant crop of pignolia nuts. The plants are sold as miniature Christmas trees and are ornamental outside. One of the few pines that grow well in alkaline soil. Two trees needed for pollination. Space 20' circle. Zones 7-8. 

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1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$34.00


Korean Stone Pine - Pinus korensis
Pine Korean Stone Pine Korean Stone Pine is a five needle ornamental hardy pine with pine nuts similar to the ones found in the grocery stores. Slow growing medium size tree. Extremely hardy and tolerant of clay soils. Resistant to white pine blister rust. Korean Stone Pine is hardier than Italian Stone Pine. The blue pyramidal form of the tree is a show piece for the yard. Cones contain many pine nuts. Zone 4-7 

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1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$32.00


Nuts - Walnuts
Heartnut aka Japanese Walnut - Juglans ailantifolia
Nuts Heartnut An easy-to-grow, spreading, attractive tree with large sweet nuts that halve easily. Abundant foliage, bears early and is hardy. A sweeter, easier-cracking nut than black walnut. A good shade tree with a spreading habit that's prettier in the landscape than black walnut. Susceptible to Walnut Bunch Disease in the deep south. We have grown Heartnuts for 15 years and have not noticed the disease. For the areas of Zone 8 the disease could be more of a problem. Self fruitful 20' to 35' recommended spacing. Zones 5-8. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$28.00
1 1 Gallon  Seedling$34.00
1 1.5 Gallon  Seedling$34.00
1 2.75 Gallon (Trade 3G)  Seedling$45.00
1 10 Gallon  Seedling$65.00



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Champion English Walnut - Juglans regia
At the time of ripening the fruits green husks split open and the walnut will fall to the ground for harvesting. Champion is a grafted tree and will produce 3 to 5 years after planting. According to Alabama A&M University, in the south, a soil borne virus kills English walnut trees especially in sandy soils. Not recommended for the Gulf states. One of the most reliable producers of large, easy-to-crack nuts. Zones 5-9. Space @ 14-20'. 

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1 7 Gallon grafted on walnut seedling$95.00



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Northern Prize English Walnut
Nuts English Walnut Tested in Iowa, hardy. Large, easy to crack nuts. English walnuts are early flowering, similar to peaches in bloom time and generally produce better if late frosts are not a problem. Usually self fertile, but good results can be had by having a different variety for cross pollination. Trees have an open, pleasing shape and look good even when dormant. Zones 5-9 Space @ 14-20'. 

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1 7 Gallon grafted on walnut seedling$95.00



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Butternut - Juglans Cinerea
Butternut, also called white walnut or oilnut, grows rapidly on well-drained soils of hillsides and streambanks in mixed hardwood forests. This small to medium-sized tree lives about 75 years. Butternut is more valued for its nuts. The sweet nuts are prized as a food by man and animals.Climatic conditions within the botanical range of butternut vary widely. From Alabama to New Brunswick, with highs as much as 105 degrees F to lows of -30 degrees F. Annual precipitation ranges from 25 inches in southeastern Minnesota to 80 inches in the southern Appalachians. The frost-free period is 210 days in the southern part of the range and 105 days in the northern part. Butternut is generally considered to be more winter-hardy than black walnut. At least two Butternuts should be planted to insure pollination. Roots do produce juglones like black walnut, so some plants will not grow inside its drip line.Susceptible to butternut dieback or butternut canker (Sirococcus clavigignenti-juglandacearum), which is a usually fatal fungal disease. Zones 3-7 Space 20-30'. 

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