fitzke at VOYAGER.NET
Fri Jun 30 13:32:01 UTC 2000
I have three hazel nut trees in my yard in mid-Michigan. That's not
enough to claim I grow them commercially. But the squirrels don't know
the difference. Filbert and hazelnut are used interchangeably among the
people I know who mention the nut.
"Peter A. McGraw" wrote:
> I was somewhat surprised at Andrea's posting. To my knowledge, Oregon is
> the only place in the U.S. where this nut is grown, at least commercially,
> and to my knowledge it is the only part of the country where it's called a
> "filbert" instead of a "hazelnut."
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