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Indian Tree Hazel (Corylus jacquemontii)

Indian Tree Hazel (Corylus jacquemontii) is found in oak forests of upper montane zones in the Western Himalayas. It is native to northern Afghanistan, northern Pakistan, northern India (Jammu-Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand) and Western part of Nepal.

It is named after French botanists Victor Jacquemont, who visited Himalayas in 1830.

Indian Tree Hazel (Corylus jacquemontii) is a tree about 15–25 m tall.

Monday 27th November 2023 07:49 | print | Edible fruits

Lower shipping fees

Delivery to 23 European countries is now much cheaper. See fees for delivery bellow.

Saturday 27th August 2022 10:04 | print | Buying seeds

In Hungary, Romania and Poland you can pick up your order in person

If you live in Hungary, Romania or Poland, we you can pick up your in person on many pickup places throughout these countries. See fees for delivery bellow.

Monday 20th December 2021 10:05 | print | Buying seeds

15th Anniversary of KPR

It has been 15 years ago, since we have started doing our activities worldwide. Until now we have our members in every country of the world. Nearly. 2 countries are still missing – Antarctica and North Korea – but it is behind our power. Now we can say, unlike many other international companies, that our presence is really global. From the lowlands to the high mountains, from deserts to tropical forests, from the southern to northern hemisphere. Well, nearly everywhere.

Wednesday 24th December 2014 15:00 | print | KPR - Gardeners Club Slovakia

What to do with mowed grass?

If you love a beautiful, low grass mat, you will certainly mow your lawn frequently. In the meantime, frequently mowed grass provides large quantities of grass of which you only have trouble. The majority of gardeners I know get rid of their grass with their household refuse. I can only shake my head in unbelief for people carelessly getting rid of the cheapest manure!

Friday 12th November 2010 22:26 | print | Lawn

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