Growing Walnut Trees

By GrowOrganic.com on January 25, 2013

In this video, Tricia shares her tips for growing and maintaining walnut trees.

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Thanks for the videos.  I love Trisha’s videos and look forward to them each week.

Posted by freelove on Jan. 28, 2013 at 8:00:23 AM

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I have a black walnut tree in front of my house (35’tall) and I want to plant a native dogwood about 23’ away. Will
the dogwood survive that close?

Posted by Lucille Barnard on Nov. 07, 2013 at 9:33:39 AM

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Google…..Juglone. BWs have that alleopathic chemical that will inhibit many plants from growing near it.

Posted by Frank Egan on Dec. 30, 2016 at 3:17:55 PM

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How many years will pass before a bare root trwee will begin to produce a crop?

Posted by Larry Mac on Dec. 30, 2016 at 4:10:39 PM

Frank, thanks for the good description. And also keep in mind that most walnuts are grafted onto Black Walnut root stock. So it is not just Black Walnuts.

Posted by Suzanne at GrowOrganic.com on Jan. 02, 2017 at 9:59:03 AM

Larry, are you inquiring about a walnut tree or bare root trees in general? It really depends on the type of bare root. Apples can take 4-5 years before they start fruiting, but peaches may fruit the same year you planted them or the next year. I will also depend on the fertility of your soil. I found that when I amended my soil with more phosphorus, my trees really started flowering. Walnuts may take 5 years to start flowering and producing fruit. Another factor is, do you have the pollinators that your tree needs? It will not produce a crop if it does not have the right pollinator nearby.

Posted by Suzanne at GrowOrganic.com on Jan. 02, 2017 at 10:03:26 AM

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