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Buartnut Seeds (juglan cinerea x ailantifolia) Nut Seeds

$15.00

  • 15 Seeds
  • Buartnuts have a high oil content, making them a good choice for cooking and baking.
  • The nuts can be stored for several months if kept in a cool, dry place.
  • Buartnuts can be used as a substitute for other types of nuts in recipes, or can be enjoyed on their own as a snack.
  • The trees are also known for their attractive bark and glossy green leaves, making them an attractive addition to any landscape.
  • Buartnuts are a good source of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin E, potassium, and magnesium.
  • The trees can be grown from seed or from nursery-grown saplings. It is generally recommended to plant Buartnuts in the fall or early spring for best results.

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Buartnut trees are a great addition to any garden or forest, growing to a height of 60 feet and providing plenty of shade. These trees are a cross between a Butternut tree and a Heartnut tree, also known as a Japanese Walnut, and are known for their hardiness and adaptability to different soil types. They are also resistant to many pests and diseases, making them a low-maintenance option for your landscape. In addition to providing shade, mature Buartnut trees will produce a bounty of nuts each year, dropping ripe nuts between August and October in the northern hemisphere. The nuts have a hard shell and a buttery taste similar to butternuts, and are delicious for eating and cooking, baking, and more. Harvesting the nuts is easy, as they can be picked by hand or with a nut picker. Whether you’re looking to add a new shade tree to your property or just want to try your hand at growing your own nuts, the Buartnut is a great choice.

 

  • Buartnuts have a high oil content, making them a good choice for cooking and baking.
  • The nuts can be stored for several months if kept in a cool, dry place.
  • Buartnuts can be used as a substitute for other types of nuts in recipes, or can be enjoyed on their own as a snack.
  • The trees are also known for their attractive bark and glossy green leaves, making them an attractive addition to any landscape.
  • Buartnuts are a good source of vitamins and minerals, including vitamin E, potassium, and magnesium.
  • The trees can be grown from seed or from nursery-grown saplings. It is generally recommended to plant Buartnuts in the fall or early spring for best results.

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