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Anyone growing Carpathian Walnut?  RSS feed

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Hello everyone,
Around me Carpathian walnut seedlings are very common and very cheap. They're a type of Persian (English) walnut that originates in the mountains of eastern Europe. I was wondering, does anyone have experience growing or eating this nut? There are a few young ones around but I've never seen or heard of a mature one, or met someone who has eaten them. I know they're late blooming generally, which is an advantage. As seedlings I'm sure the genetics vary, but does anyone have any experience with them?
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