Doghouse Shagbark Hickory


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Doghouse Shagbark Hickory  was found by Richard Dravis in Bedford County Pennsylvania. It is thought to be a Shagbark- Shellbark hybrid. The tree has 5 and 7 leaflets which usually indicates a hybrid. The nut is similar in size to Grainger but much thicker and rounder. The shell is fairly thin and cracks out very well. Zach Elfers says it has a good hickory flavor.

It may seem obvious but the tree was given its name because it was growing next to a doghouse.

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