Japanese walnut
Juglans ailantifolia, Hardiness : Zone 4
Other names
Cordiformis, mandshurica sachalinensis
Category
Nut tree or shrub
Availability
10-30cm high, naked roots 11.00$ +1
Features
Height X Width
15.0m X 13.0m
Foliage
big tropical-like leaves
Flowering
-
Edible parts description
Delicious nut, more productive than butternut and black walnut
Harvest : from september to october
Resistances
-
Sun exposure
Full sun
Soil type
-
Edible parts
Seeds
Pollination
Needs another plant nearby to bear fruits
Images
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Description, from Wikipedia

Juglans ailantifolia (synonyms J. cordiformis and J. sieboldiana and J. mandshurica var. sachalinensis), the Japanese walnut (Japanese: 鬼胡桃 oni-gurumi), is a species of walnut native to Japan and Sakhalin. It is a deciduous tree growing to 20 m (66 ft) tall, rarely 30 m (98 ft), and 40–80 cm stem diameter, with light grey bark. The leaves are pinnate, 50–90 cm long, with 11-17 leaflets, each leaflet 7–16 cm long and 3–5 cm broad. The whole leaf is downy-pubescent, and a somewhat brighter, yellower green than many other tree leaves. The male flowers are inconspicuous yellow-green catkins produced in spring at the same time as the new leaves appear. The female flowers have pink/ red pistils. The fruit is a nut, produced in bunches of 4-10 together; the nut is spherical, 3–5 cm long and broad, surrounded by a green husk before maturity in mid autumn.