Buartnuts are a natural hybrid of two other walnut family members–the butternut and the heartnut. This cross combines the cold hardiness, adaptability and sweet flavour of the butternut, with vigour, more easily cracked shells and higher yields of the heartnut. In general, buartnut trees tend to be healthier and more disease resistant than pure butternuts
and exhibit the spreading growth pattern of heartnuts. Buartnuts offer an interesting alternative that will cross pollinate with either of the parent species. (Juglans ailantifolia x Juglans cinerea)
PLANT 2 FOR POLLINATION | ZONE 4 | HARVEST: SEPT.-OCT.