Where do black walnuts come from?

Answer Black walnut trees are native to North America, according to the University of Minnesota Extension Service, and the trees grow from the Dakotas south to Texas and Florida (and most states in betwee... Read More »

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Where did walnuts come from originally?

Walnuts originate from walnut trees (such as the Black Walnut), in the Juglans family. Walnut trees have pinnate leaves and hard shell-encased fruit, which when cracked open yield walnuts.

Where do black diamonds come from?

Black diamonds are found in Brazil and the Central African Republic. Although they are found on Earth, scientists believe these diamonds may have originated in outer space. Scientist Stephen Hagger... Read More »

Where do black sesame seeds come from?

Sesame seeds grow in the pods of the sesame plant, scientifically known as Sesamum indicum. The sesame is considered to be one of the oldest, if not the oldest, plant originating from India. Black ... Read More »

Where does black onyx come from?

Black onyx is a mineral popular for jewelry uses found worldwide. The main mining locations are in Brazil, India, Uruguay and California. The mines in Brazil produce onyx of the highest quality.Sou... Read More »