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1017 Walnut
1017 Walnut
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Tree No.1017info
Botanical NameJuglans regiainfo
Common NameWalnutinfo
LocationThe Byesinfo
AccessibilityAlways accessibleinfo
NotesPlanted with plenty of room to spread its rounded canopy, Walnuts are not native but an introduction of the Romans.  They have been with us so long, they are now naturalised.  Walnut was the fashionable wood for furniture in the 17th and 18th century but newly imported species such as Mahogany and Rosewood took over.  As foreign hardwoods are now under threat, Walnut is making a comeback and new plantations are being started across the country, although some of them use new hybrids of the Common and the Black Walnut.  More about Walnut trees if you click here.info
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