This is a vigorous variety, forming a semi-spreading tree with well formed branches
It flowers in early September with pollen being released early
Pollinated by Butler, Segorbe, Daviana and Merveille de Bollwiller.
THigh yields of nuts that are medium to large in size, round, slightly flattened on two sides with a fairly thick shell that is downy and dark brown
Kernel irregularly shaped but generally round with moderate to abundant amounts of fibre
Excellent flavour, especially when roasted.
The Tree Crop Association has good information on growing Hazelnuts