Kentish Cob is the traditional English cob-nut, still grown commercially in parts of Kent. This variety is well-suited to the climate of south-east England, and produces medium-large nuts with a well-regarded flavour.
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Kentish Cob trees are a bit smaller than some of the modern European varieties.
Be sure to to thin the nuts in the spring, as this variety can become biennial if allowed to over-crop.
Advice on fruit tree pollination.
Kentish Cob is also known as Longue d'Espagne. It belongs to the species Corylus maxima and is therefore a "filbert".