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Arizona Walnut, Nogal, Nogal Silvestre, Arizona Black Walnut, River Walnut, Mountain Walnut
Juglans major


Arizona walnut grows along streams and canyons of west and central Texas. It is closely related to Juglans microcarpa (Nogalito) but is larger, has a fewer number of leaflets (usually no more than 15), a smaller fruit, and a more westerly range.

Plant Habit or Use: medium tree

Exposure: sun

Flower Color: greenish

Blooming Period: spring

Fruit Characteristics: small nut encased in a husk

Height: to 50 ft.

Width: to 30 ft.

Plant Character: deciduous

Heat Tolerance: very high

Water Requirements: medium

Soil Requirements: alkaline adaptable

USDA Hardiness Zone: 7

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