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American Black Walnut Seeds
Although grown primarily for it's hardwood, the Black Walnut is a lovely tree. It not only provides shade, but produces a wonderful crop of tasty fruit.
Naturally drought resistent, it's hardy enough for most climates. Also, lovely when used for landscaping.
Our trees grow naturally on our farm. They serve as a source of food for our ever growing herd of squirrels. We enjoy them tremendously, as will you!
We are now offering a limited quantitiy of "green" black walnuts. The green husks are used for medicinal purposes.
|Flowers:||Pale green, flowering in early Spring|
|Foliage:||Compound leaves, lance shaped 3-1/2 inches long|
|Fruit:||Fleshy green, about 2-1/2 inches or so.|
|Lifecycle:||0 (0: N/A, 1: annual, 2: perennial, 3: biennial)|
|Diameter:||Anywhere from 1-3 feet|
|USDA Zones:||2 to 9|
|Propagation / Germination:||Sow husked nuts in about 3 inches of moist soil. Keep protected from squirrels and other foraging varments.|
|Sun:||Full Sun, to Partial Shading|