Black Walnut Tree
- Climate Zone:4-9 Mature Height: 50-75 Feet Mature Width: 50-75 Feet Sunlight: Prefers full sun Soil Conditions: Likes deep, fertile, well-drained soil. Grows slower in dry land. Botanical Name: Juglans nigra
Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.
Black Walnut Tree Towers To 50-75 Feet In Height
Mature Height: 50-75 Feet
Mature Width: 50-75 Feet
Sunlight: Prefers full sun
Soil Conditions: Likes deep, fertile, well-drained soil
Botanical Name: Juglans nigra
The Black Walnut Tree is local to North America and grows all over the eastern, and some Midwestern parts of the United States
The Black Walnut is known for its hardwood and nuts, both of which are very popular with consumers. The balls produced by the tree provide food, while the shells are used in cleaning products. Candy manufacturers shell these nuts from this tree commercially to make all types of candy and cookies from.
The Black Walnut is standard in vast landscapes, and the timber produced by the tree is valuable to lumber producers
The walnut tree is a favorite of most homeowner's because if it's bearing nuts with goodies inside. Great to make candy and all types of natural healthy snacks from. It's also a well thought of tree in southern American because all of the old people could easily hue the timber from this tree to make hardwood furniture and flooring. Walnut flooring is also a staple of quality flooring from furniture manufacturers. Black Walnut Tree