How big are Brazilian walnut trees?

Answer The maximum height of a Brazilian walnut tree, also known as Canella imbuia, Embuia and Embuya, is 130 feet with a 6-foot diameter. This Lauraceae Imbuia family tree grows mostly in southern Brazi... 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 »

What Won't Grow Around Walnut Trees?

Black walnut trees (Juglans nigra) emit a compound called juglone that can harm, or even kill, many plant species. Though some plants tolerate juglone, others are so sensitive to the substance that... Read More »

Walnut Trees & Drought?

Grown for their edible nuts and valuable timber, walnut trees are also widely used as shade trees in parks and backyards across the United States. Though native to the eastern part of the country, ... Read More »