Walnut
Juglans spp.
Prized for their delicious and nutritious nuts, Walnuts are also very attractive and valuable shade trees. While considered somewhat self-fertile, planting two trees of a species will ensure good crops.
Black Walnut Seedling - 1 Yr.
Juglans nigra
These seedlings will make fine timber trees and will also produce abundant crops of delicious nuts. 3310
Black Walnut Seedling - 3 Yr.
Juglans nigra
These seedlings will make fine timber trees and will also produce abundant crops of delicious nuts. 3300
Buartnut - 3 Yr.
Juglans x bixbyi
These 3 year old trees will quickly produce abundant crops of tasty nuts. 3330
Buartnut Seedling - 1 Yr.
Juglans x bixbyi
These well-rooted trees will quickly produce abundant crops of delicious nuts. 3335
Heartnut Seedling - 1 Yr.
Juglans ailantifolia cordiformis
These well-rooted plants will quickly become nice shade trees and produce abundant crops of flavorful nuts. 3340
Heartnut Seedling - 3 Yr.
Juglans ailantifolia cordiformis
These well-rooted plants will quickly become nice shade trees and produce abundant crops of flavorful nuts. 3345
Manregion
Juglans regia
This very hardy form of English Walnut is prized for its large, easy to crack, and delicious nuts. An easy-to-grow and reliable producer of good crops in the Northwest and other regions of North America. 3357
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