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  • black walnut tree

    American Black Walnut

    Ripens: October
    USDA Zones: 4 - 9
    Pollinators: English, Carpathian
    Produces Walnuts at 4 - 6 years old

  • carpathian walnut tree

    Carpathian Walnut

    Ripens: October
    USDA Zones: 4 - 9
    Pollinators: American Black, English
    Produces at 4-6yrs old

  • english walnut Tree

    English Walnut

    Ripens: October
    USDA Zones: 5 - 10
    Pollinators: American Black, Carpathian
    Produces at 4-6yrs old, High Quality Good Flavor Nuts


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● Walnut trees grow 40 to 60 feet tall at maturity and thrive in USDA zones 4 through 9. Site locations for your walnut trees would be in a well-drained soil that receives partial sun to full sunlight. We would recommend that you do not plant your annual vegetable garden underneath a walnut tree; instead, plant it at least 50 feet away from other valuable food source plants. The trees will produce heavy yields of ripe walnut in the fall for you to harvest and enjoy.
  • The English walnut is the most recognized because it is the most commercially grown and sold in supermarkets. You can expect at maturity to produce one to three bushels of fresh walnuts annually, depending on weather conditions. English walnut trees produce as early as four years old, which is much earlier than many other nut trees. You can expect the nuts to fall free from the husk when fully ripe. English walnuts are good for Preppers because they are disease resistant, pest free, and overall require low maintenance to grow and harvest.

  • Ukrainian walnut trees were first found growing in the Carpathian Mountains, and have many of the same characteristics as the English walnut. Carpathian walnuts also produce early at four years of age and grow quickly at up to two feet a year. They produce thin-shelled nuts that fall free from the husk when ripe. The pollination match is perfect and as a result you will surely grow bushels of walnuts.


● Walnuts are a healthy snack that are good for your heart and can help lower cholesterol. Of course, having access to healthy organic snacks is essential for proper nutrition.
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Aweful June 23, 2017
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
Dead, no response to email. Had to file to get money back.

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it's growing August 5, 2014
Reviewer: randy mason from springhill, LA United States  
It has green leaves on it, maybe it will make it.

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