Bouche de Betizac is a vigorous, upright tree that produces large crops of big nuts. They taste great and peel well. A widely adapted tree, resistant to blight and phytopthora root rot and gall wasp. A European X Japanese selection from France. Pollen sterile. Ripens late, yet able to ripen in cooler climates.
Very early spring bloom, a mass of yellow flowers before leaves appear, followed by edible red fruits in late summer. Reddish-purple fall color. Resistant to anthracnose. Grows to 20 ft. Hardy to minus 30°F. Fruit is eaten fresh & used in pies.