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The Walnut nut tree is better suited to cold climates than many of the other cold climate nuts. Slow growing with best results achieved on deep soils with good drainage. Cross-pollination gives heavier nut set.

Walnut - Black

$19.90 ($19.75-$19.90 choose a size)

Native to Eastern North America, where it is highly prized for its high quality timber. The edible nut is more difficult to extract than the English Walnut. Used as rootstock because of its hardiness.

Walnut - Chandler

$121.00

The leading walnut variety. Late-leafing and blooming. Large, well-sealed nuts with light-coloured, good quality kernels. Heavy producer. Require a cool, temperate climate with 700- 1000 hours chill. Partly self-fertile.

Walnut - English

$49.00 ($49.00-$49.00 choose a size)

Also known as the Persian walnut, it is the most widely grown walnut with delicious large nuts falling in Autumn. Prefers cold climate with well drained soil.

Walnut - Franquette

$99.00

Traditional French variety, good productivity and excellent nut quality. Partly self- fertile, bearing fruit at 3-5 years. Late fruiting season, nut size mid to large and well sealed. Resistance to blight and codling moth.

Walnut - Howard

$69.00

Large smooth nuts have a 50% crack out and kernel quality is excellent at 90 per cent light. Ideal for backyards as tree is small to medium size. Popular Californian variety.

Walnut - Iron

$29.00

A low chill seedling selection of Chinese walnut. The Iron Walnuts grows successfully in Alstonville's sub tropical climate.

Walnut - Placentia

$54.00 ($54.00-$79.00 choose a size)

Medium sized nut with a smooth, thin shell. Tree is heavy bearing with good quality nuts. This grafted variety has a lower chill than most walnut varieties and has cropped well in the Subtropics.

Walnut - Tulare

$69.00

Newly developed Californian walnut, upright and moderately vigorous. Comes into production early, heavy producer of large well seals nuts. The crack-out is around 53% It blooms late, an advantage in frosty areas, but is still matures its nuts mid season and is self fertile.

Walnut - Wentworth

$24.00

This is a seedling Jumbo Chandler which takes longer to produce nuts but a very big yielder of large size nuts from year 8 onwards. Recommended for the home orchardist looking for summer shade and winter light. Very frost resistant and ideal for areas with cold nights and hot days.

Walnut - Black

$19.90 ($19.75-$19.90 choose a size)

Native to Eastern North America, where it is highly prized for its high quality timber. The edible nut is more difficult to extract than the English Walnut. Used as rootstock because of its hardiness.

Walnut - Chandler

$121.00

The leading walnut variety. Late-leafing and blooming. Large, well-sealed nuts with light-coloured, good quality kernels. Heavy producer. Require a cool, temperate climate with 700- 1000 hours chill. Partly self-fertile.

Walnut - English

$49.00 ($49.00-$49.00 choose a size)

Also known as the Persian walnut, it is the most widely grown walnut with delicious large nuts falling in Autumn. Prefers cold climate with well drained soil.

Walnut - Franquette

$99.00

Traditional French variety, good productivity and excellent nut quality. Partly self- fertile, bearing fruit at 3-5 years. Late fruiting season, nut size mid to large and well sealed. Resistance to blight and codling moth.

Walnut - Tulare

$69.00

Newly developed Californian walnut, upright and moderately vigorous. Comes into production early, heavy producer of large well seals nuts. The crack-out is around 53% It blooms late, an advantage in frosty areas, but is still matures its nuts mid season and is self fertile.

Walnut Tree Reviews & Tips

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Kelvin Jr.
11y ago

Panmure,auckland, N.Z.

Walnut Tree

My neighbour in n.z has got a tree planted an after a few years started fruiting . it has got a medium to hard skin outer an hard shell inner . the white flesh inside is hard to get into.

Kelvin Chin
12y ago

Panmure/auckland , N.Z

Walnut Tree

My neighbour has a tree in panmure /auckland city, it grows very nicely about 30 feet high but i dont know which type . It has got a 2 1/2 mm thick shell good tasting .

David White
14y ago

Mudgee, NSW, Australia

Walnut

Need a lot of care to thrive in this area. Plenty of water and mulch, absolutely essential. Must be sheltered from hot, dry winds. Slow growing and highly ornamental. Heavy bearers once they get going.

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