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Name: Carol
Status: other
Grade: other
Location: IL
Country: USA

Question: Where in Illinois can I fine hazelnut trees or bushes?
American hazelnut, Corylus americana, is found in suitable habitat
throughout Illinois.
This Missouri information site is applicable to Illinois.

J. Elliott

Carol American Hazelnut has been found in all counties of Illinois. For Illinois Hazelnut range and habitat, please see this URL: For more information on trees in Illinois, please see this URL: Sincere regards,

Mike Stewart

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