American Hazelnut
Corylus americana
Family: Betulaceae
Flowering Time: March to April
Flower Color: Male-brown Female-red
Growth Habit: Woodlands, thickets, valleys, prairies 
Zones:  4 to 9
Environment: Full sun to part shade
Plant Height: 10 to 16 feet
Spread: 8 to 13 feet
Tolerates: Clay soil
Water: Medium
Maintenance: Low
Native Range: Eastern North America
Other uses: Showy, Edible fruit