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English Walnuts

Book Overview: 

First published in 1912 this work offers advice for potential Walnut growers of the era in the United States.

Though this little pamphlet is almost a century old, the information is valuable and is a good stepping stone toward making your lawn profitable as well as beautiful.

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .nches and dark-green foliage, they are a delight to the eye. Unlike the leaves of some of our shade trees, those of this variety do not drop during the Summer but adhere until late in the Fall, thus making an unusually clean tree for lawn or garden. In addition to all this, the walnut is particularly free from scale and other pests.

Up to the present time, the English Walnut has been more largely in demand as a shade tree than as a commercial proposition; in fact, so little attention has been given to the nuts themselves that there are, comparatively speaking, few large producing orchards in the United States, the greater portion of the total yield of walnuts being procured from scattered field and roadside trees. It is a little difficult to understand why they should have been so neglected when there are records of single trees [7] bearing as much as 800 pounds of nuts in one year.

Six Year Old Bearing English Walnut Tree

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