Walnut 'Fernette'

Juglans regia 'Fernette'

Walnut 'Fernette'
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The walnut tree 'Fernette' grows into a small, compact tree.

Fernette is self-pollinating, but is mainly used as a pollinator for other walnut trees. Although the tree does not grow large, it gives a good harvest. The nuts are medium-sized and easy to crack.


Information



Blossom time
May (late)
Planting distance

Distance in hedge

Soil conditions
All soils
Fruit colour
Brown
Flavour

Use
Fresh, oil, drink
Picking season
Late September, early October
Season of use

Growing situation
Sun
Mature plant height
6-8 meters                                                                                                  
Blossom colour
Yellow
Remarks

Vigour
Valuable plant, small compact tree, especially planted as a late pollinator
Producing fruits after
Rapid grower
Pollination
After 2 to 3 years
Pollinators
Self-pollinating, is a good pollinator for other species
Disease resistance
Healthy species
Overall appreciation

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