Black Walnut - Taylor


Once common in North America, the lumber of this native tree is so valuable that most have been cut down and sold. Single mature trees can sell for as much as $10,000 each. We sell seedlings from our three superior Mother trees( 75 or more years old)  that we found growing wild in Ontario and Quebec. Plant these zone 3, cold hardy black walnut trees to add value to your land. The tasty nuts are very large and flavourful...but hard to crack. Worth the investment to get a nut cracker to savour the nut. The hard shells are useful as a soil amendment (carbon enhancement)...and are used to clean aircraft engines( maybe you can sell your walnut shells to them?). The soft green "skin" around the fresh walnut can be used to make a parasite cleansing drink or a natural black dye used for hair colouring. 
HEIGHT: 15 meters (40 feet or more )
WIDTH: 5 meters (16 feet)

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