Plants at Edible Landscaping
Nuts - Walnuts
Heartnut aka Japanese Walnut - Juglans ailantifolia
Nuts Heartnut An easy-to-grow, spreading, attractive tree with large sweet nuts that halve easily. Abundant foliage, bears early and is hardy. A sweeter, easier-cracking nut than black walnut. A good shade tree with a spreading habit that's prettier in the landscape than black walnut. Susceptible to Walnut Bunch Disease in the deep south. We have grown Heartnuts for 15 years and have not noticed the disease. For the areas of Zone 8 the disease could be more of a problem. Self fruitful 20' to 35' recommended spacing. Zones 5-8. 

Please Choose a Size
Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 3/4 Gallon  Seedling$20.00
1 1 Gallon  Seedling$25.00
1 1.5 Gallon  Seedling$30.00
1 2.75 Gallon (Trade 3G)  Seedling$35.00
1 10 Gallon  Seedling$65.00



10 Gallon will have to be shipped freight. In the shopping cart the shipping price will appear as $0. We will contact you with the freight price once we have calculated it.

Champion English Walnut - Juglans regia
At the time of ripening the fruits green husks split open and the walnut will fall to the ground for harvesting. Champion is a grafted tree and will produce 3 to 5 years after planting. According to Alabama A&M University, in the south, a soil borne virus kills English walnut trees especially in sandy soils. Not recommended for the Gulf states. One of the most reliable producers of large, easy-to-crack nuts. Zones 5-9. Space @ 14-20'. 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 7 Gallon grafted on walnut seedling$95.00 * Ready Date (see note)



7 Gallon will have to be shipped freight. In the shopping cart the shipping price will appear as $0. We will contact you with the freight price once we have calculated it.
The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (7 Gallon grafted on walnut seedling March 10, 2017)

Northern Prize English Walnut
Nuts English Walnut Tested in Iowa, hardy. Large, easy to crack nuts. English walnuts are early flowering, similar to peaches in bloom time and generally produce better if late frosts are not a problem. Usually self fertile, but good results can be had by having a different variety for cross pollination. Trees have an open, pleasing shape and look good even when dormant. Zones 5-9 Space @ 14-20'. 

Please Choose a Size
Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 7 Gallon grafted on walnut seedling$95.00 * Ready Date (see note)



7 Gallon will have to be shipped freight. In the shopping cart the shipping price will appear as $0. We will contact you with the freight price once we have calculated it.
The following items/sizes are not yet ready and your order will be shipped together when everything is ready: (7 Gallon grafted on walnut seedling March 10, 2017)

Butternut - Juglans Cinerea
Butternut, also called white walnut or oilnut, grows rapidly on well-drained soils of hillsides and streambanks in mixed hardwood forests. This small to medium-sized tree lives about 75 years. Butternut is more valued for its nuts. The sweet nuts are prized as a food by man and animals.Climatic conditions within the botanical range of butternut vary widely. From Alabama to New Brunswick, with highs as much as 105 degrees F to lows of -30 degrees F. Annual precipitation ranges from 25 inches in southeastern Minnesota to 80 inches in the southern Appalachians. The frost-free period is 210 days in the southern part of the range and 105 days in the northern part. Butternut is generally considered to be more winter-hardy than black walnut. At least two Butternuts should be planted to insure pollination. Roots do produce juglones like black walnut, so some plants will not grow inside its drip line.Susceptible to butternut dieback or butternut canker (Sirococcus clavigignenti-juglandacearum), which is a usually fatal fungal disease. Zones 3-7 Space 20-30'. 

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