Walnut Broadview is a relatively compact variety, and a good choice of walnut where space is limited. Self fertile, and well suited to the British climate producing good crops of quality tasty Walnuts late in the season often as early as the third year after planting.
The preferred commercial variety The nut is late season, round, good quality and carried in abundance. Well suited to the production of pickled walnuts, but equally good eaten cracked straight from the shell
When sited well Walnut Coenen is noted for its heavy crops of large sized nuts but needs a pollinator to achieve this. Buccaneer being a good choice. Walnut Coenen also makes a good timber tree due to its strong rapid growth. Not however suited to colder or very exposed sites.
Traditional French variety, good productivity, excellent nut quality and flavour, terminal bearer. Franquette makes a strong growing tree. Only partly self- fertile, bearing fruit at 3- 5 years. A very useful late season variety, thin shelled nuts of good size.
Not the most spellbounding names I've ever come across but a Walnut used in commercial production. Originated in Michigan from a variety called Rita of which this was a seedling. Shows some of the characteristics of the parent.
Originates from Bulgaria. A good reliable cropper producing exceptionally large high quality kernels, good flavour. Coming from central europe with their very cold winters Walnut Plodivskii tends to come into leaf early in our milder climate so site with care to avoid late frosts.