‘Jenny’ (C. mollissima), named by M. Nave, is an open-pollinated seedling of the old Ohio cultivar ‘Kintzel’ (also known as Byron 1-1 and 1-2). ‘Jenny’ is a tall tree with a very erect growth pattern, unlike most C. mollissima trees. It is male-fertile but productive, and the nuts are medium to large (depending on the climate), very flavorful, and a favorite to eat. Limited data show that nuts are regularly medium in Missouri. Despite their size, the nuts drop early during the season. Additionally, intra-tree nut ripening and drop occur within a narrow window (Anagnostakis and Nave, 2015; Nave, 2017). Scion of ‘Jenny’ has been provided to various growers across the eastern half of the United States.