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Out of stockThe Chandler walnut is a grafted walnut tree, new cultivar from the univeristy of California, smaller, semi dwarfed tree capable of bearing heavy crops as it is a lateral bearer, kernels of excellent sweet quality, trees remains compact so is more suitable for home garden situations, we had nuts in year three on one of our young grafted trees - significantly earlier than any other variety we have seen - often other varieties can take 6-8 years
English Seedling walnut (juglans regia)The English Seedling walnut (juglans regia) usually sports a large nut, with medium sized kernel, same culinary uses as mentioned above. One fellow told me this year of an English Seedling walnut that he planted, with plenty of space around it, which has now reached its full bearing potential, and last season he collected a whopping 200 kilograms (!!!) of walnuts off the one tree. (Also, not sure about the science of it, but anecdotal evidence suggests that cows like to give birth under walnut trees)
Black walnutThe Black walnut is a native American nut, widely grown for the high quality of its hardwood for craftsmen, makes a prized specimen timber -the wood is used to make flooring, furniture and rifle stocks, but also carries a very highly flavoured nut. Oil is pressed from the seeds, they are so rich that usually only a few are eaten at a time. The Black walnut are harder to shell than other varieties -maybe a help in thwarting the birds!