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  • Butternut (Juglans cinerea) Beckwith seedling


    Bears nuts which crack well; a prolific cropper, moderately vigorous.

    3 In stock.

  • Monkey puzzle tree (Araucaria araucana)…


    Monkey puzzle tree. Large evergreen tree with spidery branches from South America, potentially one of the best nut-producing trees in oceanic climates. Eventually reaches 30 m (100 ft) high, but slow growing, 2 m (7 ft) in 10 years) and doesn’t fruit for 40 years (so plant some for your descendants!) The large seeds, produced in huge cones, are edible with a chestnut flavour. Timber is used for construction, furniture, masts etc. Dioecious (need male & female trees for nuts), hardy to -15°C.

    66 In stock.

  • Oak Quercus rubra


    Red oak. Large tree from Eastern North America, bears large acorns high in tannins. A regular producer in the UK.

    17 In stock.

  • Walnut (Juglans regia) Corne du Perigord


    Flower group A. Old French variety, still grown commercially. Late leafing and flowering. Bears medium sized nuts.

    2 In stock.

  • Walnut (Juglans regia) Fernette


    Flower group A. New French variety, lateral bearing, moderately vigorous, good cropper, nuts large. (Franquette x Lara).

    3 In stock.

  • Walnut (Juglans regia) Meylanaise


    Flower group A. Old French variety, bears good crops of medium sized nuts. Partly self-fertile.

    3 In stock.