Hazel bushes are generally easy to grow and require little maintenance once established. They prefer well-drained soil and partial shade, although they can also grow in full sun. Hazel bushes can be propagated through seed or cuttings, and they typically begin to produce nuts after 3-5 years of growth. In addition to producing nuts, the hazel bush is also valued for its ornamental qualities, with some cultivars having attractive foliage or colorful stems.

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It's nuts - about growing nut trees in Finland

Over the past few years, nuts and food forests have become some of the trendiest topics in Finland. I'm quite fond of nuts.

Growing Hazelnuts in Finland

Hazelnut bushes are lovely deciduous shrubs that are indigenous to Europe and Asia. They are part of the Corylus genus and can grow anywhere from 1.8 to 10 meters in height, depending on the type. These speedy growers usually have a lifespan of… more