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Polly O Filbert

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Original price $36.99 - Original price $39.99
Original price
$36.99 - $39.99
Current price $39.99
SKU K021

Corylus avellana 'Polly O'

Prohibited to AZ

This latest release (2018) from OSU allows growers to plant in a trio of filbert varieties (Polly O, Wepster and McDonald) that will cross-pollinate and produce high yields of nuts that are perfect for shelling, for fresh eating, adding to baked goods, or surrounding with chocolate. In fact, any early-blooming filbert (excepting the incompatible Felix and Hall's Giant) will provide successful pollination.

Polly O trees are the most vigorous and productive of the three varieties, so give them a bit more elbow room. Named for Polly Owen, a long-time Oregon hazelnut Industry official.

USDA Zone: 5-8

Grow Height:  15'

Sun: Full Sun to Part Shade

Ripening Time: August - September

Pollination: Needs an Early Blooming Pollinizer

Read our Hazelnut Growing Guide

Size: 1 Gallon Pot


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  • hello, I have a "York" and "Jefferson" hazelnut. My "Theta" died. I am looking to replace my dead "Theta". I am thinking about getting three more bushes. Which of your available hazelnut varieties would be best to add to my orchard?

    Good question! Hazelnut pollination is complicated, but fortunately Polly O, McDonald, and Wepster are all compatiable with both York and Jefferson (as well as each other).

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Aaron B.
Excellent health, arrived in good time

I ordered a Wepster and a Polly-O from here and a few other Hazelnuts from other orchards and I have to say Raintree's arrived huge and vigorous and very good looking, I rarely write reviews but they really put the other trees I bought to shame!

Galina L.
Polly O hazelnut

Polly-o filber came with white spots on leaves & so far is not doing very well after planting. It also got hit by freezing temps before it had a chance to settle in & take roots in new place. Hopefully Polly-onis survivor, but it’s too early to say.