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Black Walnut Tree - 25 Trees

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Black Walnut Trees

Black walnut trees are large trees with dark bark and grow in many parts of the United States. They are sometimes planted as shade trees in urban areas.

Its scientific name for black walnut is Juglans nigra, which means "juglans" is a type of nut, and "nigra" means black.

Black walnut trees are native to eastern North America from southern Canada to northern Florida, west to Nebraska and Kansas, and south to Louisiana and Texas. They can be found growing in upland forests or along streams and rivers.

Its other names include:

  • Juglans nigra
  • Black hickory

Black Walnut Trees Are Easy to Love

Black walnut trees are beautiful, strong, and magnificent. They are also very hardy and grow in various soil types as long as it is well-drained.

Black walnuts are dioecious plants, meaning they have separate male and female trees.

The male tree produces pollen in late spring, fertilizing the female flowers on the same tree or nearby trees. The female flowers produce nuts that eventually fall to the ground, where they germinate into seedlings.

Black Walnut Trees Should be Pruned

Black walnut trees should be pruned only when necessary because they tend to increase once established. Before pruning a black walnut tree, it is essential to understand how this plant grows so you don't accidentally cut off its water supply or damage its roots by cutting too low on its trunk or branches.