Black Walnut, Eastern Black Walnut, Southern Black Walnut
In Stock: 7.686 lb (Total:7.686lb)
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Scarification: Soak in water, let stand in water for 24 hours
Stratification: cold stratify for 120 days
Germination: sow 1-2" deep, tamp the soil, mulch the seed bed
Other: Should be cleaned prior to treatment or sowing.
Looking for a valuable and versatile tree? Consider the Black Walnut, also known as Eastern or Southern Black Walnut. It produces a uniquely grained wood that's highly coveted for furniture, flooring and more. It also bears nuts that are used in scrumptious treats like candies and ice cream. Outside of the kitchen, the hard shells are used commercially in cosmetics, oil well drilling and water filtration. This deciduous tree can grow up to 40 feet in height and is best suited for moist yet well-drained soils. While its native region is the Midwest and east-central United States, it has been introduced to Europe and is widely cultivated. The black walnut kernel is high in unsaturated fat, protein and lacks cholesterol, making it a nutritious food ingredient with a pleasing flavor and crunch. In addition to food, the black walnut can also be used in crafts, particularly when dyeing and as an ink or wood stain. Plant a Black Walnut tree and enjoy its many benefits for years to come.