Hundredfold Eastern American Black Walnut 20 Nuts - Juglans nigra Canada Native Fresh Seeds for Planting, Ontario Grown
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The sweet meat makes black walnut desirable for humans and wildlife
A beautiful shade tree with four-season interests
Black walnut produces juglone, a toxin to suppress other plants. Some shrubs are juglone tolerant and can grow well with walnut. Among them, are rose, elderberry, pawpaw, and raspberry
Each package contains 20 nuts that are packed and shipped from Ontario
Hundredfold is a trusted Canadian trademark since 2017. Good fruits multiply/Les bons fruits se multiplient
Note: No husks on the nuts. Please store them in a dark, dry, and cool place
USDA Zone 4-9, hard to survive in Northern Ontario and Northern Quebec (Sudbury, Saint-Georges and up)
Nutcracking might be many people’s childhood memory. Many kids grew up cracking walnuts with their grandparents or siblings. The meat picked from a shell is certainly sweeter than the store-bought one. One may have more fun working with black walnut, an Ontario native. The hard shell makes the job difficult, yet the size of the nut gives him or her some hope to try...
Centuries ago, before the invention of satellites and GPS, early settlers used black walnut trees as a major indicator for good lands. Where the nut trees appear, where the tranquil waters and rich soils are.
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