Juglans nigra

Black Walnut

A slow growing, large, rounded tree that bears thick hulled, edible nuts in the fall. It is prized for its wood and great stature in old age. The bark is dark and furrowed. The wood is popular for use in furniture, including veneers, and gunstocks. It grows best in rich, moist soils in full sun. It is native to eastern North America.

  • Common Name: Black Walnut
  • Height: 75' tall
  • Spread: 75' wide
  • Type: Deciduous
  • Zone: 4 - 9

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