Black Walnut
   

    Black Walnut

    Intro

    Scientific Name: XXX
    Common Name: XXX
    Plant Family: Juglandaceae (Walnut family)

    Etymology: XXX

    Indigenous Uses

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    Edible Parts

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    Permaculture Functions and Considerations 

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    Habitat

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    How to Identify

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    Black walnut bark

    CAPTION

    Wildlife Support

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    Sources

    • Bir, Sara. The Fruit Forager's Companion. White River Junction, VT: Chelsea Green Publishing, 2018.
    • Dodge, David. "Domestic Economy in the Confederacy." The Atlantic Monthly,  August 1886.
    • Hamel, Paul B. and Chiltoskey, Mary U. Cherokee Plants: Their Uses — A 400 Year History. Sylva, North Carolina: Herald Publishing Co., 1975.
    • Jacke, Dave and Eric Toensmeier. Edible Forest Gardens: Ecological Design and Practice for Temperate Climate Permaculture. White River Junction, VT: Chelsea Green Publishing, 2005.
    • Meredith, Leda. Northeast Foraging: 120 Wild and Flavorful Edibles from Beach Plums to Wineberries. Portland, Oregon: Timber Press, 2014.
    • Mish, Frederic C. Webster's Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary Springfield, Massachusetts, 1984.
    • Moerman, Daniel E. Native American Ethnobotany. Portland, Oregon: Timber Press, 1998.
    • Reynolds, Mary. The Garden Awakening: Designs to Nurture the Land and Ourselves. Cambridge, England: Green Books, 2016.
    • Thayer, Samuel Incredible Wild Edibles: 36 Plants That Can Change Your Life. Bruce, Wisconsin: Forager’s Harvest Press, 2017.
    • Weiseman, Wayne, Daniel Halsey, and Bryce Ruddock. Integrated Forest Gardening. White River Junction, VT: Chelsea Green Publishing, 2014. 

    Web Sources

    Juglans nigra

    Planting Considerations

    • Height: XXX ft
    • Spread: XXX ft
    • Growth rate: XXX
    • Sun: XXX
    • Bloom: XXX
    • Attracts: XXX
    • Tolerates: XXX
    • Drawbacks: XXX
    • Soil moisture: XXX
    • Soil texture: XXX
    • Soil pH: XXX

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