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.
A stately ornamental and one of the most valuable timber trees, Black Walnut grows very well in the Northwest as well as in other regions of the U.S. Capable of growing to 60 ft. or more in height, Black Walnut features broad spreading form and attractive, dark green foliage. Black Walnut is hardy to minus 30°F.