The hazel (Latin: Corylus; L.) is a class of deciduous trees and enormous bushes local to the calm Northern Hemisphere. This tree is typically set in the birch family Betulaceae, however a few botanists split the hazels into a different family, Corylaceae. The product of the hazel is the hazelnut. It additionally is known as cobnut or filbert nut as indicated by species. A cob is generally circular to oval with an external sinewy husk encompassing a smooth shell. The nuts are rich in unsaturated fats (mostly oleic acid), high in magnesium, calcium and vitamins B and E. Hazelnuts are good for your heart, and have many health benefits.
Each Hazelnut tree needs a lot of room to spread, approximately 4-6 meters. They adjust to practically any soil, however perform best in a soil with high organic content.
The actual origin of the hazel is unknown, however it has native species that are widespread over North America, Europe and Asia.
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