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I Know I have a walnut tree in my yard!
 
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Location: Riverton, wy
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I live in riverton wy. There is one black walnut in town that is amazing. I have seen a few that struggle to survive. As for fruit trees, the successful trees are in extremely sheltered areas. I have planted a lot of expirement trees at my place. I need to build up my soul more. I planted apples and plumbs 5 years ago. They are still alive but they haven't grown any taller at all. They are getting thicker every year but they are still 3 foot tall. I have planted hazelnuts and a bunch of other things but they die and start new from the bottom. Chockecherries are growing like crazy so that's what I am planning for my wind break around my orchard.
 
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