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They are a wild, native tree found in the northeast United States.
Once the trees become established, they probably will more than pay for themselves in terms of the sizable crops they return. Many nut trees, such as the American beech (Fagus grandifolia), are also useful as shade trees. Hardy in USDA zones 3 through 9, the American beech produces spiky, brownish nuts in fall and shiny copper foliage.
Bamboos Common bamboo Bambusa vulgaris Golden bamboo Phyllostachys aurea Grass family (Poaceae) Size: Woody stems varying from ¼ inch to inches with hollow centers and solid joints; grow to feet to feet (A) Leaves: Leaves are up to 10 inches long with tapered tips, tough, leathery, and inches across. (B) Flower: Flowers are grass-like and occur unpredictably and. Several pine trees can produce nuts: Chinese white pine, Korean pine, Italian Stone Pine.
Two trees are needed for nuts. Don't know anyone growing these in Maryland for nuts so don't know disease and other potential problems.
White pine blister rust is a problem but Korean pine is resistant to it. HOPHORNBEAM/IRONWOOD (Ostrya virginiana) Height: 30’’, Spread: 25’ Hophornbeam has a lovely yellow fall color, and the small nutlets, which ripen in summer and fall, are used by birds and mammals during the winter. Bark is an attractive orange or grayish brown peeling off in longitudinal strips. A Fall Field Guide: Foraging for Nuts.
The tree isn't attractive, but nuts are easy to harvest and they are valuable and tasty.
I wrote a comment about my nice shady 5 year old 17 or 19 leaflet hickory/pecan tree that I planted as a nut in an old rotten stump. I don't know if that.
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