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Chinese chestnut trees are a medium sized tree, it may start produces nuts in the 5th year depending on soil fertility and favourable climate conditions.
Bake chestnuts on a cookie sheet at 380F for 20-25 minutes until their skins peel away. Great wildlife tree for permaculture application.
Wikipedia has a good description and information on the origins of this species.
Nuts have been stratified, plant straight out in deep pots or planted in fall in a permanent position in the garden. Nut trees have a taproot therefore be careful when transplanting. Zone 6. May grow in a lower zone with protection. Make your selections, genetics will vary growing from seed.
5 nuts (stratified) per packet @ $14.95
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