Black Walnut grafted plants

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Black Walnut grafted plants

60.00

Our selections of Black Walnut grafts will grow and change over time. We are in the process of establishing our “Mother Trees”. Once we get a them grafted and growing in the ground, there may be a few years where that variety is unavailable as they need to grow large enough to produce wood for grafting. Walnut grafts are the hardest plant for us to graft, hence the higher cost. Hopefully we will develop better techniques over time for producing them.

We choose to grow both newer varieties and time tested ones. All of them are thin shelled for easier cracking and nut meat removal, with a high percentage of kernel. Some crack out in halves! Our favorite so far in Thomas Meyers.

Walnuts are vigorous growers in the right location, rich moist soils and full sun. A grafted plant could start to bear nuts in as little as 3-5 years , where a seedling tree might take 5-15. A big time savings.

NO WALNUT TREES CAN BE SHIPPED TO MO, KS, IN, MI, IA, NE, MN

 

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