Black Walnut (Juglans nigra)
The Black Walnut is an incredible hardwood tree that’s valued for both its edible nuts as well as its lumber. Once established, it grows on average 1 – 3 feet per year and will resist periods of drought and cold snaps. They are self-pollinated, however, will produce higher yields when planted in groups. Trees begin fruiting between 8 – 10 years old. For best results plant in a well-drained area with rich fertile soil. Allow plenty of room between trees. It is cold hardy in zones 5 – 9 and can thrive in most states.
5 Black Walnut Trees. First-Year Bareroot Seedlings (FREE Priority Shipping)
This is a lot of 5 Black Walnut (Juglans nigra) seedlings. Sprouted from an Oregon bearing. Their sizes range from 10 – 18 inches tall. Healthy plants with long taproots, currently in dormancy. Shipment only during dormancy, Nov – April. Shipped via USPS Priority Mail Shipping. Cannot ship to Hawaii or Alaska. For local pickup or lower quantities, please email.