A heavy bearing variety of Hazelnut, the Cosford sports a thin shelled nut easy for cracking. Producing numerous male flowers, Cosford is the best pollinating partner of the hazelnuts, and should be grown with any planting to ensure abundant cropping. The elongated nuts are formed in pairs, dropping as they ripen. If left in their shell, Cosford Hazelnuts will store well for more than a year. A hedge of hazel thickets makes for an ideal screen and windbreak, with an attractive display of golden catkins amongst naked stems during winter.
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