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How Do I Keep Squirrels From Eating My Nuts

How To Keep Squirrels Out Of A Walnut Tree?

Squirrels look totally adorable with their black button eyes and bushy tails, but they soon lose their cuteness when they strip every last walnut from your tree. They’ll invade your bird table, trash your veg patch and nest in your shed, or even the roof of your home. Basically, they can be a real nuisance! … Read more

How To Prune A Walnut Tree

How To Prune A Walnut Tree?

As with most fruit and nut trees, Walnuts benefit from some training via pruning, especially in their early years. As the trees mature, pruning is really only necessary to keep the tree healthy and in good shape. This should be done during the winter months when the tree is dormant. Read on to learn more … Read more

How Much Is My Walnut Tree Worth?

A walnut tree isn’t just a valuable asset due to the nuts it provides; it’s also worth money for its attractive dark wood too. The American Black Walnut is especially sought after for woodworking, and burr walnut for its incredibly beautiful figuring, which is often made into veneer or pieces of premium quality furniture. But … Read more

How And When To Prune A Walnut Tree

How To Grow A Walnut Tree?

Walnuts are easy to grow, providing you have the right conditions. A rich, fertile soil, the right kind of temperate climate, and sufficient rainfall. In the United States, walnuts can be raised in hardiness zones 4 to 9. The trees grow at a medium rate and black walnut trees may reach over 100 feet in … Read more

What Is The Best Way To Repel Squirrels

How To Care For A Walnut Tree?

Many different cultivars of walnut trees are grown in the United States. The two main types are English (also known as Persian) and black walnuts, both of which produce edible fruits and provide shade. The trees do grow very tall, often more than 50 feet, making them difficult to harvest for a backyard grower. Pruning … Read more

Why Are My Jujube Leaves Turning Yellow

How To Revive A Dying Jujube Tree?

There are various reasons why your Jujube tree might be dying, heat being just one of them. Other possible causes include under-watering, over-watering, disease, lack of nutrients, or stress which can be caused by rapid temperature changes or transplant shock. Here we will be looking into how to revive a dying jujube tree from heat … Read more

Why is my Jujube tree not fruiting

Why Is My Jujube Tree Not Fruiting?

Jujube trees love the heat, and that’s great if you live somewhere with long hot summers, but not so good if you’re further north. Although Jujubes will grow just fine in quite cool locations, it does mean that they’re far less likely to fruit. To overcome this, you could try growing a Jujube in a … Read more

How Long Before Jujube Tree Fruits

How To Plant A Jujube Tree {Step By Step}

Jujube trees are still not well known, which is somewhat surprising considering they are so fantastic, being heavy fruiting and excelling in hot climates. This makes them a perfect match for much of the southern United States. They are hardy, deciduous trees that reach a height of between 30 to 40 feet, depending on the … Read more

How And When To Prune Jujube Tree

How To Grow A Jujube Tree {A Guide}

Jujube Trees are easy to grow and thrive in hot, dry climates. They are drought tolerant and like full sun and slightly sandy soil. They don’t suffer from many diseases and are very hardy, with the Chinese varieties also being cold tolerant. In this article, we’re going to look at how to grow a Jujube … Read more

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