Black Walnut

Range of the Black Walnut
Black Walnut

Location: Rich bottom lands and moist, fertile hillsides in southern Minnesota. (Also found in Central States.)

Fun Facts: Normally straight grain; heavy; hard; strong; stiff; good shock resistance; stable in use; easily worked; most highly valued of North American
hardwoods; large walnuts

Uses: Furniture; architectural woodwork; decorative panels; gun stocks; cabinets; interior finish

Full Size: 70-90 feet in height, 2-3 feet in diameter, medium size tree, may reach maximum height of 150 feet and diameter of 8 feet

Age at Maturity: 90 years

  • Black Walnut
    Black Walnut
    Black Walnut
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Did You Know?

Trees absorb carbon, and finished products store it! These products made from wood are 50% carbon by weight.

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