Juglans regia - walnut seedling
Walnut trees reach an age of around 150-200 years. Fully grown trees can reach a height of up to 25 meters and then usually have a broad, spreading crown.
For walnut trees that are propagated as seedlings, the advantage is that they grow faster than the grafted varieties. This makes walnuts from seedlings very interesting for forestry.
The walnut is very well suited for the production of valuable wood.
The wood of the walnut achieves top prices of over 4000 per cubic meter.