$6.95 – $20.95
|1'-2' Seedling Tree in 1.33 qt Container|
|Price: $6.95||Available: 24|
|4'-6' Tree in 3 Gallon Container|
|Price: $20.95||Available: 50|
Black Walnut occurs in floodplains, bottomlands and other riparian habitats. Seems to do well in heavy soils and soils of higher pH.
Associated Species: 
Tuliptree, Black Cherry, Beech, White Oak, Red Oak, Sugar Maple, Silver Maple, Sassafras, Persimmon, Hackberry and Boxelder.
Can become a large tree with considerable nut production in the fall. Found in abundance in central Ohio especially along river and streams. Nuts can become messy but are excellent tasting Many people are familiar with the fact that Black Walnuts produce a substance, juglone, that inhibits the growth of competing plants nearby. While this is true the number of trees adversely affected by juglone is much shorter than the number of trees that are not. The Morton Arboretum has produced a list of plants will do well growing near Black Walnuts and is linked here.