4 Graines Noyer commun, Juglans regia
Common walnut, Juglans Regia, Calottier, Écalonnier, GOJEUTATIVE | Graines reproductibles, Graines Non Traitées
The common walnut or walnut (juglans regia L.), is a fairly common tree , originally fromeurasie, cultivated for its Bois sought in Cabinetry and its Fruits, the nuts, rich in Oil.
He is the only representative in France of the Juglanded family. It is sometimes called Calottier, Ecalonnier, GOJEUTATIVE or Royal Noyer1.
4 seeds - My germination method: Make a small hole in the shell, put the seeds in a container, cover with water, allow the seeds to soak for 20 days (mini 10d) in this water then I Places in a mini-tight between two wet wipers (I use the plastic boxes sold in the super-harvesters that pack the croissants/chocolate bread, because I can control the advance of germination) You have to keep moisture along the gemination, it intervenes within 10 days. Germination: 50 % - Bonsai: Yes - Rusticity: - 15 ° C
Photo of the young plant of common walnut without stratification.
It is normally advised to carry out a cold stratification of 4 months before sowing.
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