Best regards from Switzerland. In all regions where normal walnuts growing, dwarf karlik is also growing. Any dispute, whether praise or criticism is important to us! Subscribe to our free newsletter and ensure that you will no longer miss any of our offers or news. Butternut (Juglans cenerea) The butternut is a deciduous tree growing up to 60 feet tall. Keep this in mind: The delivery of your entire order with us only costs £4.95! You maybe get 30-50 nuts from a 8 year old plant. Average Water Needs; Water regularly; do not overwater. On Apr 6, 2004, stevenova from Newcastle,United Kingdom (Zone 8a) wrote: This variety is remarkable for producing its fruits (nut inside) within a couple of years from planting. Based in Warwickshire, West Midlands. The English Walnut Tree is praised for its thin nut shells and hardiness in temperate zones. More info So when you are saying 3,6 to 4,7 meters, I think you might give some people a surprise... One of the nurseries I talked with say that they doubted it would stop at 8 meters an that it would top out at 10meters (30 feet). Strong beautiful wood used in furniture, paneling and gun stocks. The first fruits you can get after 2-3 years. Hi Mahesh, Dwarf Karlik will grow not abouth 2 meter. (Alette), Hi! How long before these trees will bear fruit? Also how tall and wide will they grow? All the vendors here in Europe say this tree will be about 6-8 meters (18-24 feet) tall when fully grown. I'm thinking of buying a dwarf walnut Karlik and training it up and along a west-facing brick wall which gets prolonged afternoon/evening sun. Dwarf karlik is unfortunately not available in the USA. Specifically in Oregon? To be able to use in full range, we recommend activating Javascript in your browser. Just wondering if it is on its own root or not. So when you are saying 3,6 to 4,7 meters, I think you might give some people a surprise... One of the nurseries I talked with say that they doubted it would stop at 8 meters an that it would top out at 10meters (30 feet). Agree. Do you have any questions concerning this product? The English Walnut tree (Juglans regia 'Carpathian') or “Carpathian walnut” is a fantastic nut producer that brings forth a full flavored, semi-sweet with a hint butterscotch to the taste. Thank you. What kind of yield can be expected from them at various ages/sizes? Kind regards your Lubera team. Dwarf Walnut Tree Dwarf Karlik® (Mr George Allcock), What Zone does the dwarf Karlik grow in? Flat delivery fee £4.95, for all plants (. All the vendors here in Europe say this tree will be about 6-8 meters (18-24 feet) tall when fully grown. An excellent garden variety. Does this need another tree for pollination. I had been seeing this plant growing along the road ... read more, I have literal swarms of honey bees yearly. Please enter the numbers in the following text field: Copyright © 2016 Lubera AG - All rights reserved. Hi Susan, please excuse the late answer! Best regards. Kind regards from Switzerland. Can this tree be planted directly into the soil? … They have been used for generations for fresh eating and in baking. Short Description of the Dwarf Walnut Tree Dwarf Karlik® Fruits: The fruits of Dwarf Karlik® No. Good for eating, but maybe not for planting. I plan on planting a 'Buckaneer' or other suitable pollination partner near by... Any others with 'Broadview' experience??? On Jul 8, 2010, leonut from Staten Island, NY wrote: it is any possibility to find this walnut in usa? When it comes to fertility, I've heard that it's aptomic, setting nuts no matter what, but that male and female flowers are out of sync,so that nuts that come on a single tree might not produce fertile nuts. Take advantage of this form for your questions(s) about the product "Dwarf Walnut Tree Dwarf Karlik®". Best regards from Switzerland, Dwarf Walnut tree Karlik (georgina Hesling). No other trees or competing plants in area. English Walnuts are mild tasting, thin shelled nuts that are easy to crack. My question is: is it possible to train them against a wall? best regards from Switzerland. I use ... read more, Our neighbors had peacocks when I was growing up. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. Best regards from Switzerland. I believe I live in a zone 9, Hi Alison, sorry for our late reply! I have a wasted area in garden SE facing, about 15' wide by 10' deep, 4' wall on 3 sides so very sheltered. February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December. Is the Karlik available in the USA yet? Roughly how many nuts will a young tree produce? The walnut is still in quarantine in the US and we don't know when it will be sold there. Your question(s) and also the answers (from the Lubera® team and other garden friends) will be published here. Even if you order many plants, the delivery costs will remain at £4.95. It is also completely self fertile, another huge advantage. It is a slow … We are constantly making our site better and more user friendly for you. The nut kernel is yellowish with brownish veins and weighs 4.6 grams. good soil. The ... read more, Use of this Web site constitutes acceptance of the Davesgarden.com. Hi Georgian Hesling, yes you can plant Dwarf Karlik directly into the soil. Hi Merryn Myatt, unfortunately the grow is to small to train them. Hi Tania, Dwarf Karlik does not need a pollinater. Technically they are self-fertile but they will set a larger crop if you plant 2 seedlings, 2 different grafted varieties or a seedling and a grafted tree. Best regards from Switzerland, Hi Mahesh, Dwarf Karlik will bear fruit after 2-4 years and the size is 2m high, 1.5m wide. (Lubera), Hi Alette, iIt is graftet on a Juglans regia rootstock. With Lubera, you do not pay for the transport per plant, but per order. This full sun loving, moderately fast growing tree is cold hardy, drought tolerant and shows off a stunning array of color to the fall foliage. Kind regards/Alette, Grafted on another root or on its own? 5 ripen almost grape-like, always 2-6 together; they are medium-sized, 2.6 cm long, 3.1 cm wide; the shells can be easily cracked, they are usually clean at the seam and the nutmeat can be removed as a whole. You can opt-out if you wish, but website functionality may be affected. Lubera loves gardening – and talks about it, Every second week: Our Blog Newsletter written by Lubera gardeners with 30+ years experience - including the Special Deal Offer, Alternating weeks: Our Special Deal Offer Newsletter. Hi Paul, the tree is so dwarf that also the yield is small. Best regards from Switzerland, Grafted on another root or on its own? On Sep 1, 2015, roots_feeding from Oslo 6a,Norway (Zone 6a) wrote: I have planted two 'Broadview' grafted on regular Juglans regia.