Are black walnut trees native to Wisconsin?

Answer The black walnut tree (Juglans nigra) is a member of the walnut family of trees that can grow to 100 feet tall and produce tasty nuts. The tree grows in much of the eastern United States, including... Read More »

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How to Grow Walnut Trees With Black Walnut Rootstock?

Black walnut trees grown from seed yield a small percentage of kernel per nut, in a shell that is notoriously difficult to crack. According to the University of Missouri, black walnut trees that ar... Read More »

Will black walnut trees harm incense cedar trees?

Black walnut trees will not harm incense cedar trees. Varieties of cedar are resistant to juglone, which is a phytotoxin that the black walnut tree emits in its roots, leaves and bark.References:La... Read More »

How to Care for Black Walnut Trees?

Native to the United States, black walnut trees, known botanically as Juglans nigra, are deciduous nut-bearing trees that can reach heights of up to 100 feet with a spread of up to 70 feet. Their l... Read More »

How to Start Black Walnut Trees?

Black walnut trees produce nuts that are delicious in candy, ice cream and quick breads, or eaten alone. Timber from black walnut trees produces a beautiful dark wood that is a favorite for furnitu... Read More »