Nut Trees Buyer's Guide

Nut trees will enhance your landscape and produce delicious and healthy snacks for your diet. We offer an abundant selection, including pecans, walnuts, almonds, chestnuts and more. As these trees grow taller, you’ll admire their gorgeous foliage and statuesque beauty, and appreciate the much-needed shade they provide during the hottest months of the year. Once mature, each nut tree bears crops of nuts that will add flavor, nutrition and texture to just about anything you put them in. Toast or puree them, or use them in a variety of tasty recipes for salads, pies, breads, cookies and more. As an added bonus, a lot of nuts are great sources of protein and natural antioxidants. Consistent evidence also shows that many promote healthy arteries and cholesterol levels when consumed in moderation.

To ensure your growing success and satisfaction, there are a few things to consider when you buy a nut tree.

Zone Compatibility

Your climate plays an important role in whether a nut tree will be successful. Make sure the hardiness zone range of the tree you choose includes your area.

Proper Pollination

Pollination by a different variety is key to the success of many nut trees. Inadequate pollination is a common reason why some trees produce poorly or don’t bear nuts at all. Make sure you check our descriptions to see which pollinating varieties our experts recommend.