Reliable Producer Manregion English Walnut
- Easy to Grow
- Useful Shade Tree
- Partially Self-Fertile, But You’ll Get More Nuts with a Partner
- Delicious Nuts are Large, Easy to Crack
- Hardy Form of English Walnut
Add impressive nut trees to your edible landscape plan. Magnificent English Walnut trees have a sense of grandeur. They feature symmetrical, oval canopies and a broad branch structure.
Gain shade and grow delicious, protein-rich nuts with a Manregion English Walnut (Juglans regia ‘Manregion’). These beautiful trees are easy to grow and produce a heavy crop of superior quality nuts.
One of the hardier selections of English Walnuts, Manregion is a slightly smaller selection. It’s sure to fit beautifully into your landscape.
This late-blooming variety reliably produces excellent quality, buttery-tasting nuts in fall. They are thin-shelled and easy to crack. Manregion walnuts make harvest a breeze.
Large, attractive leaves with prominent midrib bring a tropical look to the landscape. Distinctive silvery-gray bark becomes more furrowed with age. Manregion looks great all year-long.
Make your landscape work harder for you and your family. Add an easy-care source of delicious, calorie-dense nutrition. You’ll also love the refreshing shade cast by this desirable tree.
Order Manregion English Walnut from the expert growers at Nature Hills today!
How to Use Manregion English Walnut in the Landscape
Manregion Walnut tree is a wonderful investment for investment or permaculture properties. Even in suburbia, homeowners are seeking out ways to increase their food security.
Although Manregion will partially self-pollinate, you’ll enjoy the best crops with another variety nearby. Buy a Black Walnut or Carpathian English Walnut for cross pollination.
#ProPlantTips with Care
These rugged trees won’t require much care, and actually grow along roadsides in Europe. Plant your trees in full sun for best results. They need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight a day.
Ensure the soil in your planting site drains quickly after a rain event. Improve soil drainage with a raised bed, if needed. Mound additional soil up to 18 inches high by 3 feet wide. Plant directly in that mound.
For the first season, pay careful attention to watering. Provide a moderate amount of water on a regular basis. After the tree is established in your soil, it requires less supplemental watering.
Apply a thick layer of mulch around the trunk, but don’t let it touch the bark. Keep the root system cool and slowly improve the quality of your soil with mulch.
English Walnut does produce juglone, but in much lower concentrations than Black Walnut. It’s rare that these trees affect juglone-sensitive plants nearby.
We’re pleased to be able to offer these high-value trees. Order Manregion English Walnut today!