Walnuts

Walnut trees make handsome specimen trees in parks and large gardens with their spreading habit and pinnate, aromatic leaves which are bronze-purple when young. They are grown for their habit, foliage, and edible fruits.

Grow in deep, fertile, well-drained soil, in full sun. In frost prone areas it will need a sheltered site. They will reach an ultimate height of 30m and a spread of 15m.


Varieties

Walnuts are available in 7 litre pots all-year-round.


Walnut 'Broadview'

Currently the best form for the UK. Precocious from and early age (year three) and slightly resistant to frost at flowering time. A small, compact tree compared to the other varieties.

Containerised Trees

Two Year Bush (7 litre) £49.50 each


Walnut 'Buccaneer'

An upright form which is ideal for avenues. It can bear a crop of walnuts from its fourth year. The nuts are round and are ideal for pickling. On maturity the tree can produce yields of 200 lbs. Self Fertile.

Containerised Trees

Two Year Bush (7 litre) £49.50 each