I've just read your little thing about being organic or not on your website and I'd like to congratulate you on being such a breath of fresh air! I'm a keen gardener and also a geneticist and I get so frustrated with the way people who know nothing about things confuse matters by using scientific terms incorrectly. "Organic" is a prime example of this, and it's wonderful that there are still people out there who will not jump on the PC bandwagon and are willing to stand up and put something honest out there for all to see! You cannot imagine how impressed I am with you, congratulations and a big heartfelt "thank you"!
Beth Gibson, Ickleton, Cambs.
Whether you prefer yours picked, chopped, or placed atop a rich home-made coffee cake, there's plenty of reasons to grow your own walnuts at home if you can spare the space. Our grafted walnut trees are effectively self-fertile, so after around three years a single specimen will provide a plentiful crop for you to enjoy as you wish.
We recommend that with our walnut trees, you avoid planting anything under the tree's canopy, and prune regularly but carefully to keep the walnut tree at around 12 - 15 feet tall.
A compact and hardy variety that is rarely damaged by frost. Relatively fast into production - usually within three years. Apomictic (Self Fertile).
Available from approximately mid November 2015
Supplied as a bare root tree pruned to approximately 4 - 5 feet (1.2 - 1.5 metres) tall including roots.