Fruit production. Timber. Ornamental. Medicinal. The walnuts are traded to be eaten fresh, to produce oil and of course as one of the best dry fruit for a healthy diet. The wood is of a good quality and very appreciated in carpentry and cabinet-making. It has medicinal properties controlling fatty and folic acids.
Deciduous 20m tall tree with a heavy whitish trunk. The leaves are oval, green and scented. The walnut is big and plump. Small green-yellowish flowers.
Prefers deep, sandy soils.
Sowing in autumn or depending on the geographical areas and altitude sowing can take place from February to April after a stratification in cold for 4-5 months before the sowing. It is possible to use a sowing substrate for potting or soil from the garden together with a sowing substrate if the sowing is made directly into the garden. The substrate must be wet but not soggy until the germination is completed.
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|Average germination (%)||70|
|Climate Zone||Mediterranean, Temperate areas|
|Hardiness||Hardy, No drought resistant|
|Plant use||Fruit production, Medicinal, Reforestation, Singular, Timber, Urban garden|
|Seeds per gram||120 seeds per kilo|
|Soil - Moisture||Well-drained|
|Soil - Ph||Neutral to acid|
|Soil - Type||Deep, Sand|
|Sunlight - Exposure||Sheltered|
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