The most common identifying characteristics of a black walnut tree are found in its leaves, bark, twigs and nuts. Oval, sharp-pointed leaves with indented edges alternate on the br...
Juglans nigra, the eastern black walnut, a species of flowering tree in the walnut
family, Juglandaceae, is native to eastern North America. It grows mostly in ...
This bulletin will help woodland owners grow black walnut trees in natural stands
and plantations for timber, nuts, and agroforestry. It combines sound research ...
The nut produced by the black walnut tree
, the eastern black walnut
, became the state tree
nut on July 9, 1990. The meat is used in ice cream, baked goods and candies. The shell provides the soft grit abrasive used in metal cleaning and polishing and oil well drilling... More »
Persian (English or Carpathian) walnut trees are sometimes grafted onto black
walnut rootstocks. Many plants such as tomato, potato, blackberry, blueberry, ...
Learn about the finer points of the black walnut tree and its history. The Old
Farmer's Almanac discusses the tree's growing tendencies and ways to enjoy the
Native American Indians enjoyed black walnuts long before Europeans arrived,
using walnut tree sap in their food preparation and making dye from the nut ...
observation as either sensitive or tolerant to black walnuts. The Source of Toxicity
. Plants adversely affected by being grown near black walnut trees exhibit ...
Black walnut typically grows as scattered individual trees or in small groups
throughout the central and eastern parts of the United States. Although it is found