English Walnuts are mild tasting, thin shelled nuts that are easy to crack. They have been used for generations for fresh eating and in baking. Strong beautiful wood used in furniture, paneling and gun stocks. Technically they are self-fertile but they will set a larger crop if you plant 2 seedlings, 2 different grafted varieties or a seedling and a grafted tree. NO WALNUT TREES CAN BE SHIPPED TO MO, KS, IN, MI, IA, NE, MN
Plant availability by Season
Winter / Spring
Manregian x Russian. Thin shell, excellent flavor, plump, light colored kernels. Fast growing, large tree. These are cold hardy seedlings of J. regia which can be grown throughout much of North America. The Cascade parent tree has medium large nuts with up to 56% kernel. Zone 4-9
Old French variety with medium-large elongated nuts of good flavor. Especially popular in areas prone to late frost, or blossom rot in springtime, as Franquette English Walnut is very late to break dormancy and start blooming. Somewhat self-fertile, pollinating with Chandler can increase yield. Zone 6-9.
Medium-large, plump, light-colored kernels of very good quality. Well sealed shell, yet easy to crack. Late leafing and flowering to help escape spring frosts. Self fruitful and productive. Grafted onto NC Black Walnut rootstock to give resistance to oak root fungus. Howard English Walnut Tree is small for a walnut, so they can be planted 20 ft. apart. Zone 6-9.