This tree produces a delicious, buttery nut that truly lives up to its name. Don't let the rough shell fool you! They are native to the Midwest, eastern and southern US but will do well throughout most of the country. They are the hardiest member of the walnut family. Zone 3-9. NO BUTTERNUT TREES CAN BE SHIPPED TO MO, KS, IN, MI, IA, NE, MN
Plant availability by Season
Winter / Spring
Looks and tastes like an unusually large butternut though it may be a natural hybrid with Heartnut which could explain its great vigor and resistance to butternut canker. Large flavorful nuts, good cracking quality. Kenworthy Butternut trees are vigorous and self-fruitful.