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I find your website useful and easy to us. I also enjoy your changing ads. in papers and mags. On Saturday at the Garden Organic AGM Professor Ian Lang, talking about Food Security urged us all to grow more fruit. He pointed out that in Britain we produce a mere 5% of the fruit we eat, and we should consume 9 a day not just 5 a day fruit and veg. Last November I planted your Polka raspberries. They are now strong tall vigorous canes, tallest I have ever grown and producing throughout the summer. I'll need steps to pick the late ones!! My first purchase from you was before the web, shrub roses for my allotment for the vit. C. Enjoyed your family history.
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I find your website useful and easy to us. I also enjoy your changing ads. in papers and mags. On Saturday at the Garden Organic AGM Professor Ian Lang, talking about Food Security urged us all to grow more fruit. He pointed out that in Britain we produce a mere 5% of the fruit we eat, and we should consume 9 a day not just 5 a day fruit and veg. Last November I planted your Polka raspberries. They are now strong tall vigorous canes, tallest I have ever grown and producing throughout the summer. I'll need steps to pick the late ones!! My first purchase from you was before the web, shrub roses for my allotment for the vit. C. Enjoyed your family history.
Betty Dawes, Peak District, Derbyshire

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How To Keep Cobnuts Under Control

Cobnut trees will still produce a good crop of nuts every year with no attention at all and they will still produce a good crop of nuts every year. The trouble is that without pruning they will grow up to 20 feet (6.1 metres) in height making picking of the fresh green nuts impossible and the only way of harvesting will be to wait until fully ripe and then shake the tree.

Traditionally, cobnuts are kept at around 7 feet (2.1 metres) tall as a single stem or multi-stem bush.

Between November and mid-April simply remove anything that is dead, diseased or damaged, and any unwanted suckers at the base, before thinning the top growth to allow good circulation of air (you should have 6-8 main framework branches) - and of course trim down to around 5-7 feet (1.5-2.1 metres).


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Cobnut Tree 'Webb's Prize Cobnut'

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A heavy bearing variety that produces large clusters of gorgeously sweet nuts. Perfect for eating green or allowing to ripen fully. Partially self fertile.
Available from APPROXIMATELY July
Supplied as a containerised tree pruned to approximately 3 ft (90cm) tall including pot.

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Filbert Tree 'Nottingham Cobnut'

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Often misdescribed as a Cobnut. An early cropping variety that produces large richly flavoured nuts. A popular commercial variety. Partially self fertile.
Available from APPROXIMATELY July
Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 2-3 ft (60 - 90cm) tall including roots.

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Filbert Tree 'Kentish Cob'

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The traditional Kentish Cobnut - is actually a Filbert! Large flattened nuts are produced in profusion. Vigorous in habit and heavy cropping.
Currently Not Available To Purchase - Available from APPROXIMATELY late November / early December
Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 2-3 ft (60 - 90cm) tall including roots.

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Hazel Hedging - Corylus avellana

Hazel Hedging - Corylus avellana

Often used in woodland that is to be coppiced and used in woodland crafts. Loved by wildlife and produces edible hazel/cob nuts. Reaches 40 feet if you let it with a long life span.
Currently Not Available To Purchase - Available from APPROXIMATELY late November / early December
Supplied as a bare root plants pruned to approximately 2 feet (60 cm) tall including roots.

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