The advantage of the variety is the compact, upright growth, high yields and large fruits. Recommended for both hobby growers and commercial producers.
Origin: Richard Webb, Reading, United Kingdom
Growth: strong, broadly upright shrub, 4 - 5 m high and 3 - 4 m wide
Blossom: blooms later, partially self-fertile variety. For better yields, the presence of Hall's Giant is suitable, or wild hazelnuts growing nearby can also serve as pollinators.
Fruits: large, oblong-ovate, light brown, with darker stripes. Shell thin. 2 to 3 nuts in the infructescence. The kernel is large, fills the shell well, kernel percentage by weight ranges 45%.
Taste: pleasantly sweet
Harvest season: ripens in the second half of September
Yield: high-yielding variety with stable and high yields