black walnut tree

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: walnut tree - North American walnut tree with hard dark wood and edible nutblack walnut tree - North American walnut tree with hard dark wood and edible nut
black walnut - American walnut having a very hard and thick woody shell
genus Juglans, Juglans - type genus of the Juglandaceae
walnut tree, walnut - any of various trees of the genus Juglans
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The American black walnut tree exists in two species.
One of the longtime woodworker's prized creations, a large armoire in his living room, came from a black walnut tree that took him three days of cutting to get out enough useable wood.
Susan Friedl asked the county's Heritage Committee to designate her black walnut tree at 160 Jerseyville Rd.
When we're ready, we head back into the kitchen, toss together a salad of tender barley and spring vegetables, and then bring it to a table shaded by a monumental black walnut tree.
At the far end, a large black walnut tree is under-planted with bamboo and Leyland cypress, both vigorous plants but here stunted agreeably by the soil chemicals exuded by the walnut.
We stepped off a side porch, made our way through a rickety gate and were soon strolling beneath a venerable black walnut tree and among fragrant lavender and wild roses.
The building has also been sited to retain a large black walnut tree at the back of the site, which has become the focus of an outdoor play area that is clearly visible from the main entrance.
The one bound for India was made with wood from a black walnut tree in Pennsylvania.
Determined to make the dream a reality, Nakashima bought a rare and expensive log from a 300-year-old black walnut tree.
Q: I have a fairly old black walnut tree, about 50 feet tall and three feet around sitting on the side of a 30-foot hill behind my house.