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Black Walnut Tree
Prized for Nuts and Timber
(6 customer reviews)
Bears up to 30 bushels of nuts once established. Truly a gourmet favorite—black walnuts have a rich flavor prized for baking, plus twice the protein of English walnuts. Trees grow up to 75 ft. tall with dark green foliage, excellent for providing shade. Dark brown wood is strong with an attractive grain, providing valuable timber. Self-pollinating, but plant two or more for top crops. Zones 4-8.
Nut trees are not available in AZ, CA, TX.
This item ships only in the spring.
If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.
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- Tuesday, June 08, 2010
Black Walnuts Zone4
Reviewed By: John (Buffalo, NY)
I live in Zone4 and have always had Black Walnut trees in my yard. They thrive here. They can be a bit messy and they produce a chemical called Juglone which will kill off all plants within the dripline. They are a beautiful, almost tropical looking tree.
- Tuesday, March 24, 2009
Reviewed By: Jonathan Mullen (Yorktown, NY)
I recieved my plant right away. I planted it in a pot (Waiting for larger roots to form). I find that nut trees thrive with a nutrient rich formula and I created a soil medium with Soil, Potting Soil, perlite(large and small), vermiculite (large and small), and plenty of worm casting. I am starting to see buds already and I only watered it once. Date ordered: 2/15/09 Date Recieved: 3/19/09 Buds start to form: 3/24/09 I even plan on buying more of these so that I can sell them for lumber, my last tree I sold for $13,000.00
- Thursday, June 26, 2008
Reviewed By: V. Martin Ogrosky (Charlotte, NC)
The Black Walnut is a great health source in Walnuts. Bill Gillum, a Lumbee Tribe and Cherokee man of southeast Kentucky, was knowledgeable in Walnut Medicine and other alternative treatments from Native America. The Black Walnut has numerous internal and external health properties for man. We recommend it. May Bill Gullum rest in peace. June, 2008
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