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Hardy English Walnut Tree
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This stately beauty grows quickly to 40-60 ft. Not only does it provide dense shade with its rounded, spreading form and rich green foliage; it will also supply loads of thin-shelled walnuts with rich, flavorful kernels. Walnuts are a favorite for baking and are a rich source of omega-3 fatty acids and other heart-healthy nutrients. Plant two or more to ensure pollination. Zones 4-8.
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- Sunday, May 30, 2010
Reviewed By: diana (springfield, illinois)
I bought this tree about 5-6 years ago, the first year the frost hit hard and slowed it dow, but after that it grew like a weed!!! I got 50+ nuts last fall. sadly, I have sold my house and have to start over, hope the next one I buy is just as good.
- Friday, May 23, 2008
english walnut tree
Reviewed By: T. Eshbach (greenacres, washington)
I bought 1 of these trees 15 years ago. I moved from the house where it was planted. I could not find anyone to move the tree with me. I was very disapointed. From such a little tree it had grown into a beautiful 10 foot high & very symetrical tree. The tree was just beginning to produce nuts. It brought back many memories of my childhood where we had such a tree over 50 feet in diameter and height. Am going to try again! Thank you
- Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Reviewed By: Alex (Norwood, MA)
I planted this walnut last year and first year I noticed leaves had black crunchy edges. It survived, but I suspect that's walnut blight. So I would recommend to have some preventive treatment if you plant it. This spring I have the same problem.
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