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Heartnut Walnut Tree

The Heartnut kernels are shaped like a heart and can be easily pried open from the thin hard shell by using a knife blade, or the heartnuts can be cracked along the protruding seam with a hammer, thus, exposing the heart shaped kernel. The Heartnut tree has a large firmly entrenched taproot that forms a fast-growing, very cold hardy walnut tree that is relatively easy to transplant and survive. The deliciously flavored kernel of the Heartnut Walnut Tree has a high oily content, and is very tasty and crunchy when eaten raw or when toasted.

Recommended States to grow Heartnut Walnut Trees

New HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahoma
OregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtah
VermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsin
District of Columbia

    Recommended USDA zones for Heartnut Walnut Trees: [Juglans ailantifolia]
    Zone 5-10° to -5°
    Zone 6-5° to 5°
    Zone 75° to 10°
    Zone 810° to 20°

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2 reviews

My trees arrived and are safely planted!

LovesBigSwissDogs in Austin, TX

My two heartnut walnut trees (Japanese Walnut trees) arrived promptly on 5/19/14 and I immediately followed all instructions to get them in the ground within 24 hours on 5/20/14 (and have portable trellis around them to protect them from the big curious Swiss mountain dogs). I noticed this afternoon (5/21/14) that both trees already have swelling leaf buds leading me to anticipate that both trees will "take of"f as the packing and instructions made this important transition from Georgia to Austin, Texas, a relatively seamless process.

I will be happy to update this posting in a few weeks to detail growth progress. Thank you for the rapid shipment and excellent planting instructions.

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arleen habersham

fast growing tree, can plant the nuts and make more trees!

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