The traditional cob is planted extensively in Kent to this day and is unique for its history and cultural heritage within Kent. There is an enthusiastic following amongst its growers who are members of the Kentish Cobnut Association.www.kentishcobnutsassociation.co.uk. It is a species of its own and is not technically a hazel. Medium large nuts in clusters of two to five fruits of excellent texture and flavour. Compact tree habit. Can be slightly biennial.