The walnuts are cultivated for their distinctive and desirable taste. Compound leaves with 14-22 leaflets on short, almost hairless, stalks with the last leaflet being smaller than the rest. The grey-black bark is deeply furrowed into thin ridges giving it a diamond shaped pattern. The round fruit (nut) ripens in autumn and falling in October or November. Most parts of the tree have a very characteristic pungent or spicy odor. Seedlings emerge in April or May and typically grow 90cm their first year and even more in the second year.
Height: 60ft Width: 60ft