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Tree Related To The Cobnut?

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ruthandsam | 14:15 Tue 16th Sep 2014 | Gardening
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Same shaped leaves, tree size and nut casing, however nut is more elongated. Thousands have shed their casing.

Are they OK to eat?

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They are probably filberts, and they are good eating
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Thank you but it's not the Filbert. Nut much smaller about the size of a sunflower seed

I was also about to suggest that it sounds like a filbert, when I read your first post but sunflower size seed is way too small.
I'm thinking that it could be a hornbeam nutlet, edible but hardly worth the effort.
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Yeah, they're Beech nuts. Thank you so much!

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