Hazelnut Saplings for Sale

Hezelnut Trees

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Nut grafts. Chestnuts. Hazelnuts. Forest nut. Own orchard.

About Hazelnut Trees

Hazelnuts are a particularly good source of healthy fats, protein and fibre.
A high intake of peanuts may reduce colorectal cancer. The isoflavones, resveratrol and phenolic acid in peanuts may reduce the risk of cancer.



Aluni Uriașe de Halle®

Uriase de Halle® - variety with very large, spherical, strongly notched fruit, has completely dark fruit, reaches maturity in September. The peanut is a valuable species with pleasant tasting fruit and is a very nourishing food due to its high content of oils (50-73%), proteins (12-18%), vitamins and minerals.

Requirements for planting


Alder has low temperature requirements and is fairly frost resistant. In the dormant phase it can withstand temperatures as low as -30℃ but the flowers are affected by temperatures as low as -5℃, especially as the hazel blooms in January-March. Frost hardiness decreases with the swelling of the buds, which are affected by temperatures of -10℃.

The shrub has high light requirements and production is directly influenced by planting distances, exposure and crown routing. Fruiting is poor in shaded crown areas. Alder grows well in areas with rainfall of 700-1000 mm per year. If the water requirement is not provided by rainfall, irrigation is necessary. The shrub makes good use of fertile, alluvial or moderately fertile soils. It does not tolerate stagnation of water in the soil, which causes suffocation of the roots. Soils with a water table shallower than 1.5-2 m are not recommended. Also, the active lime content should not be higher than 10-12%.


Flat or sloping land, which is well exposed to direct sunlight, is chosen for hazelnut cultivation. The hazel shrub grows in all geographical areas of the country, but the best results are obtained in hilly areas. Pollination of the hazel is anemophilous, so the rows will be placed in the direction of the prevailing wind. The hazel is not fussy about its parent crop. It is recommended to rest the soil (3-4 years) if the land has been occupied by fruit species, during which time it is cultivated with perennial leguminous species or grasses.

Land preparation starts with the removal of all plants and plant debris from the plot. If the field is heavily infested with weeds, total herbicides may be applied. Level the land, if necessary, taking into account the slope of the land.