Hardy, Productive Carpathian English Walnut Tree
- Extremely Hardy
- Highly Productive
- Excellent, Thin-Shelled Nuts
- Self-Pollinating, But You’ll Get Larger Crop With Second Variety
- Large Shade Tree
- Gorgeous Large Leaves
- Smooth Gray Bark Furrows with Age
- Attractive Branch Structure
- Easy to Grow
- Cold and Heat Tolerant
Known for its beauty and excellent quality nuts, Carpathian English Walnut Tree (Juglans regia ‘Carpathian’) makes a marvelous addition to an edible landscape or permaculture property. Add a handsome shade tree and boost your food security.
The thin-shelled nuts split down the center, which makes for an easy task of harvest and preparation. The Carpathian nut tree grows larger than other varieties and is very productive.
Delicious, robust-flavored, high-quality nuts will appear with only one tree. It’s known as “partially self-pollinating,’ but you’ll enjoy many more nuts with another partner tree nearby. Try the Manregion, Franquette or Black Walnut in addition to the Carpathian.
You’ll love the way the tree looks, too. Bold branch structure, oval canopy and lovely, large leaves make a very special specimen in the landscape.
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How to Use Carpathian English Walnut Tree in the Landscape
These investment trees can be grown in an orchard to harvest nuts. Many people grow them as a valuable managed stand of timber.
Add one to provide shade on the southwest of your property. If you have room, put a few more on the property to cross-pollinate.
Choose a regular planting pattern, or create an informal grouping by varying the spacing from 20 – 40 feet apart on center. With their broad canopy, you’ll achieve wonderful refreshing shade to rest and relax underneath.
These trees are easy care, and give so much. English Walnuts do produce juglone, but not in as high a concentration as Black Walnuts. They rarely affect other, more sensitive plants.
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Give these rugged, durable trees a spot in full sun for best results. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day.
Well-drained soil is a must. Create a raised bed for planting, if you need to improve soil drainage. Mound additional soil up to 18 inches high by 3 feet wide. Plant directly in that mound.
Pay careful attention to watering during the first season. After the tree is established in your soil, it requires less supplemental watering.
Apply a thick layer of mulch around the trunk, but pull it back at least 6 inches away from the bark. Mulch keeps the root system cool and slowly improves the quality of your soil.
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