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The Revival Hybrid Chestnut Nut and Tree combines all the best desirable qualities of the Chinese Chestnut and the American Chestnut to give an offspring Chestnut nut product that is bigger, sweeter and more desirable in every way than either of the original parental Chestnut trees had displayed and had been used in the original hybridization process. This Hybrid Chestnut is not only superior in flavor and nut size, but the nuts have a high customer approval ranking when compared with other nut cultivars. Wildlife animals such as deer, turkey and game-birds have been shown to exhibit a marked preference to the Revival Hybrid Chestnut, presumably, because of the sweeter flavor that is experienced by humans and having a more palatable crunchiness than the older nuts of the original parent trees.

•  (NEW) Revival Chestnut, Castanea 'Revival' is a NEW hybrid chestnut tree is the super-version of the Chestnut hybridization process that has led to the development of the incorporation of the DNA genetic material of the Chinese Chestnut Tree, Castanea mollissima with the Native American Chestnut Tree, Castanea dentata. Both the Chinese Chestnut trees were excellent producers of large nuts, however, the flavor of the Chinese Chestnut tree nuts was rather bland or mealy, while the native American Chestnut tree nuts was very sweet with a distinct nutty flavor. The American Chestnut trees were almost headed towards extinction after being infected by an untreatable blight that was imported from trees grown in Europe. One surviving American Chestnut tree was found to be alive and producing nuts in the center of an infected and devastated chestnut orchard, that even after being inoculated with infection of the blight spores, was immune from the blight that had virtually destroyed all other American Chestnut tree survivors, once they reached a bearing size. This discovery of a single instance of American Chestnut tree blight immunity stimulated various researchers to hybridize this surviving immune American Chestnut tree with a Chinese Chestnut tree that produced and a number of interesting hybrids was found that showed excellent characteristics to include:

  • Cold Hardiness to USDA Zone 5
  • Total blight immunity
  • Sweet Flavor
  • Very Large Nuts
  • Consistent, High Annual Yields
  • High Retail Nut Price & Customer Demand


•  The name of the Revival Chestnut tree defines the flavor of the sweet delicious kernel. This Chestnut tree is very heavy bearing and bears at an early age, sometimes producing chestnuts when only two years old. The Revival chestnut tree is well adapted to grow in very dry soils, even with an alkaline soil profile like those in most parts of Texas and New Mexico.


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Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 10 Write a review »

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Revival trees May 14, 2017
Reviewer: Robert Howell from Prompton, PA United States  
Cute little things. It's hard to believe they will grow to be big but I hope so. Seemed to be in good shape for baby trees. Rated a good because I really don't know what to think. If they live it will be an excellent.

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Chestnut Trees May 1, 2017
Reviewer: Earl Howard  
Trees arrived in good condition, 47 inches tall including roots not 4-5 feet as advertised, maybe shorter due to pruning? Haven't had a chance to plant yet due to foul weather.

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planted the Chestnut Tree April 24, 2017
Reviewer: Gary Brielmayer from Baker, FL United States  
The Chestnut Tree is still dormant so I'm not sure if it has taken.  I have 5 other fruit baring trees that have all been planted and doing well so far.

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So far it looks good March 28, 2017
Reviewer: Robert Morris from Tulsa, OK United States  
So far this plant looks good.

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Revival Chestnut Tree March 12, 2017
Reviewer: Mark from BONIFAY, FL United States  
Perfect nice plant thank you

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