Butternut - Juglans cinerea

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  • Plant Description - This native tree grows in moist to dry, loam soils, and full sun. It is drought tolerant, and produces a delicious edible nut. Grows to approximately 40' tall, and 40' spread. Suitable for zones 4a-8.  Native to the Saugeen Bruce Peninsula, as well as other regions in Ontario.
  • Source - From Ontario tree zone 32.
  • Pollination - Two or more trees are needed to produce nuts. 
  • Sizes - Less than 11" tall; greater than 12" tall
  • Pick-Up Details -
    • "Pick-up Late Autumn" - Seedlings must drop most of their leaves prior to transplanting. This is weather dependent. Pick-up is typically a Saturday in late November. You will be notified within one to two weeks before this pick-up date. 
  • Refer to Bare Root Tree Planting Instructions

Photo courtesy of Heather Schibli.