Juglans x Paradox (Paradox Black Walnut)Add to Wish List
Paradox Walnuts are crossbreeds of Juglans hindsii and Juglans regia. They are midway between the parents in leaf shape and bark colour, are relatively variable, and can only be identified from other regia–black walnut hybrids by molecular methods. Leaflets are...
Juglans regia Hardy Carpathian (Persian Walnut)Add to Wish List
The Persian walnut (Juglans regia) is a deciduous tree native to Central Asia's mountain ranges that is now widely grown across Europe. The Persian walnut tree grows to a height of 25-35 metres and has a broad trunk. The fruit...
Juglans major (Arizona Walnut)Add to Wish List
Juglans major (Arizona Walnut) is a fast-growing deciduous tree that may reach a height of 50 feet. It blooms in May and June, and the seeds mature between October and December. Wind pollinates this monoecious species (individual blooms are either...
Juglans mandshurica (Manchurian Walnut)Add to Wish List
A big, broad, and often multi-stemmed tree with aesthetic features, the Manchurian Walnut is a large, broad, and often multi-stemmed tree. The nuts on this tree are big and thick-shelled, and they ripen in the fall. It's said that cracking...