Grow Your Own Fruit!

Toll Free 877-353-4028

Nut Trees

Growing Guides

Around the Farm

Expeditions - The Road Back to Buryatia

Expeditions - The Road Back to Buryatia In September we returned to Ulan Ude, the capital ...
Read More

Oregon Garden - Harvest Season

Oregon Garden - Harvest Season At the Oregon Garden in Silverton, One Green World...
Read More

DIYFruit - Be an Olive Pioneer!

DIYFruit - Be an Olive Pioneer! Ukraine is not often thought of as an Olive growin...
Read More


Small and attractive nut trees, Filberts are ideal for your yard and landscape. In active growth virtually year round, Filbert trees feature long and attractive, yellow male catkins that form in early fall, tiny, bright red, female flowers that open in mid-winter, and delicious and nutritious nuts that are ready to harvest in September. Filberts tend to grow as a shrub and rarely exceed 10-12 ft. in height. Our newly introduced varieties, Delta and Gamma, are immune to Eastern Filbert Blight, a fungal disease that has afflicted many filbert trees in the Northwest.

Displaying 1 to 7 (of 7 products) Page List
Contorted Filbert

Contorted Filbert

Also known as Harry Lauder's Walking Stick, this very unique and attractive, ornamental filbert is prized for its twisted and contorted branches. A very compact tree, you can fit Contorted Filbert anywhere in your yard or grow it in a container on your deck or patio. Contorted Filbert will grow 6-8 ft. in height and bears small and tasty nuts.
More info...

$ 24.95 Available in the Spring


One of the newest selections from the Oregon State U. breeding program, Dorris is one of the most compact Filbert varieties and a great variety for the home orchard. Dorris bears good crops of particularly flavorful nuts, which are great for fresh eating, roasting and baking. Plant with Jefferson for cross pollination.
More info...

$ 24.95 Available in the Spring


One of the newest, disease-resistant introductions from Oregon State University, Eta produces abundant crops of tasty, medium-size nuts. Plant with Jefferson or Theta for cross-pollination.
More info...

$ 24.95


One of the latest selections from Oregon State University, this disease-resistant variety bears abundant crops of very large, delicious nuts. It's high productivity is making Jefferson very popular with commercial growers. Plant Jefferson with Theta or Eta for cross-pollination.
More info...

$ 24.95


Recently introduced by Oregon State U., Sacajawea bears abundant crops of exceptionally flavorful nuts. Similar to prized Italian varieties in flavor, these large and tasty nuts are great for fresh eating, roasting and baking. While it has performed well in Oregon trials, Sacajawea is somewhat less resistant to Eastern Filbert Blight than our other varieties. Plant Sacajawea with Yamhill for pollination.
More info...

$ 24.95 Available in the Fall


This recent Oregon State University introduction features very flavorful, medium-size nuts and immunity to Filbert Blight. Plant Theta with Jefferson or Eta for cross-pollination.
More info...

$ 24.95


This recent introduction from Oregon State University features attractive, compact growth habit, good crops of large and delicious nuts, and total resistance to Eastern Filbert Blight. Yamhill's high productivity has made it popular with commercial growers. Plant with Jefferson or Gamma for cross-pollination.
More info...

$ 24.95 Out of Stock
Displaying 1 to 7 (of 7 products) Result Pages: 1 2 3 [Next >>]

Advanced Search


  • November 2015
  • Mo
  • Tu
  • We
  • Th
  • Fr
  • Sat
  • Su
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8
  • 9
  • 10
  • 11
  • 12
  • 13
  • 14
  • 15
  • 16
  • 17
  • 18
  • 19
  • 20
  • 21
  • 22
  • 23
  • 24
  • 25
  • 26
  • 27
  • 28
  • 29
  • 30


Watch Now

Planting a Bareroot Fruit Tree

In this video, One Green World owne...

Planting a Potted Fruit Tree


Request A Catalog

Request a Catalog


Best Award Winner   Salmon Safe   Governor's Sustainability Award   Oregon Association of Nurseries   Oregon Clean Fuels Program   Direct Gardening Association   Climate Friendly Nurseries   Oregon Grown   Oregon Garden   Business Recycling Award Group   Community Partnerships