Carya ovata. Native to Southern Ontario and more common than the Shellbark Hickory, this species produces an abundant crop of small hickory nuts every fall. Reaches 90'. Sap can also be boiled for a unique flavored syrup (we haven't tried this yet, but would love to hear about it if you have!).
Canadian Hardiness Zone: 5
Recommended Use: nuts used for fresh eating, cooking or baking
Ripens: late October
Pollination: requires a least 2 to produce nuts
Height not including roots: 15cm