How To Use Walnut tree In A Sentence

  • Carpathians 2500 feet above sea level I found English walnut trees of small size (15 feet tall, 6 inches thick) with light gray bark, producing 2 inch long nuts of speary shape, like our Canadian butternuts but of English Walnut shells and kernels. Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the 43rd Annual Meeting Rockport, Indiana, August 25, 26 and 27, 1952
  • Do not plant tomatoes near black walnut trees or use a mulch containing black walnut woodchips or bark.
  • If you pick a walnut from a walnut tree and find it extremely difficult to crack, it shouldn't come as any surprise, as walnuts are literally one of the toughest nuts to crack.
  • We built a conservatory and planted figs, a mulberry and a walnut tree. Times, Sunday Times
  • An ancient walnut tree has brought a ray of sunshine to families in Heysham just weeks after they were left heartbroken.
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  • The cellar at The Walnut Tree in the centre of the village was flooded but the pub was able to remain open.
  • To celebrate the millennium, Skipton Gardeners' Club was granted permission to plant the first walnut tree in Skipton Woods - it is still the only one there.
  • If you pick a walnut from a walnut tree and find it extremely difficult to crack, it shouldn't come as any surprise, as walnuts are literally one of the toughest nuts to crack.
  • There were hydrangeas blooming and mountain ash bright with berries, and walnut trees -- I hadn't expected walnut trees. HIGH STAND
  • 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.
  • She held out her gnarled hands, as twisted and brown as the galls of a walnut tree.
  • Then Walter Jacob described how he and his brother had constructed a Philadelphia Chippendale style high - boy from a walnut tree for the tree's owner.
  • Here walnut trees are mainly found in southern England. Times, Sunday Times
  • Threads for the work have been dyed in authentic colours of the period, using natural dyes some of which have been derived from plants like cow parsley, madder and walnut tree, picked locally by society volunteers.
  • This is a fine specimen of a walnut tree.
  • Before we left Connecticut, I had been able to present grafted walnut trees to many of my neighbors who had persisted, hitherto, in calling hickory-nuts "walnuts. Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Thirty-Seventh Annual Report Wooster, Ohio, September 3, 4, 5, 1946
  • Spot the walnut tree, toss the multi-hooked seed heads of the burr plants, help these path dwellers hitch a fleecy ride.
  • As we follow the level foot-trails that weave through the hamlets of the valley, Asghar Khan points out a 200-year old mulberry tree and, near another ancient fort, a gnarled, 500-year old walnut tree.
  • This is a most romantic spot; large oak and walnut trees overshade the stream, which higher up flows over a rocky bed; nearer the village are some olive plantations in the Wady. Travels in Syria and the Holy Land
  • There are many species of walnut trees with edible nuts.
  • Just before sundown he squatted up in a great walnut tree on the edge of the forest, where he was able to see for miles around.
  • He says, "My conclusions are that in witches'-broom (bunch disease) we have a very bad disease that threatens the black walnut trees everywhere". Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Forty-Second Annual Meeting Urbana, Illinois, August 28, 29 and 30, 1951
  • After a few days combing Marrakech's maze-like medina for treasures to take home, you head into the High Atlas mountains near Oukaimeden to go trekking with Berbers for three days, staying in a village gite where you'll take long lunches under the walnut trees. Great last-minute summer deals for families
  • Walnut trees can also grow in small groups or as scattered specimens mixed with American elm, hackberry, boxelder, sugar maple, green and white ash, basswood, red oak, and hickory.
  • As such, they serve as distinctive fingerprints, suitable for differentiating among individual walnut trees within the same species.
  • The hundred or so windows overlook 300 metres of lake frontage, an orchard of cherry, apple and pear trees, and an avenue of fruitful walnut trees.
  • Threads for the work have been dyed in authentic colours of the period, using natural dyes some of which have been derived from plants like cow parsley, madder and walnut tree, picked locally by society volunteers.
  • Every fall we were allowed to go on the patch of grass around the walnut tree to pick up walnuts and bring them inside for her to bake with.
  • He says he and his bother Joseph have about 20 bat houses scattered over their 400 acres of walnut trees near Winters, Calif., primarily to get rid of a common pest called the coddling moth. The Seattle Times
  • It was a perilous undertaking to climb a walnut tree, for the limbs began to grow high up and the trunk was covered with a rough bark, hence the name shagbark; to shin up, and still more to descend, was apt to make patches or a new seat to your trousers your mother's evening work after you had gone to bed. Confessions of Boyhood
  • Chickens scratched in the company of a stately, gruff-voiced, very respectable pig, rooting under a walnut tree.
  • That black walnut tree that stands so fruitful over his birthplace still speaks of the heartiness of American stock and the legacy the Earps left behind. - Jeff Meyer
  • Only mature oak and walnut trees are harvested. Times, Sunday Times
  • Aside from any Newtonian peril, walnut trees entertain the natural world with a biochemical process known as allelopathy, a method of Darwinian survival. eric peters
  • She held out her gnarled hands, as twisted and brown as the galls of a walnut tree.
  • Threads for the work have been dyed in authentic colours of the period, using natural dyes some of which have been derived from plants like cow parsley, madder and walnut tree, picked locally by society volunteers.
  • On a mount vert a walnut tree, ppr.; on the sinister side an escutcheon pendent charged with the Arms of France, with a label of three points ar. A History of Caroline County, Virginia
  • We stood sipping under Nikos's walnut tree, cracking nuts and watching Psiloritis flush from pale orange to deep mauve in the light of the setting sun.
  • They spent summers preserving specimens of Saturniidae that they found in groves of pin cherry, larch, maple, and walnut trees. A FEW SHORT NOTES ON TROPICAL BUTTERFLIES
  • Walnut trees can also grow in small groups or as scattered specimens mixed with American elm, hackberry, boxelder, sugar maple, green and white ash, basswood, red oak, and hickory.
  • I know not everyone has a walnut tree, but this home remedy is worth a try.
  • Clear information boards indicate the location of different types of trees which include Persian, Japanese and black walnut trees, coastal and dawn redwoods, cedar of Lebanon, atlas and deodar cedars, and swamp cypresses.
  • The timbered area that I hunt contains a mix of White Oak, Hickory, and Walnut trees.
  • When you get up in the morning, are you looking at roadworks or a walnut tree? Times, Sunday Times
  • He once taught in Maryland, US, where he would gather some of his students under a walnut tree.
  • This is a fine specimen of a walnut tree.
  • In 1947, cedar, maple, ash, pine, fir, oak, spruce and walnut trees covered at least 42 per cent of Azad Kashmir.
  • According to a recent National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), when walnut trees are stressed, they emit methyl salicylate, which is a chemical form of aspirin. The Green Life
  • He says, "My conclusions are that in witches'-broom (bunch disease) we have a very bad disease that threatens the black walnut trees everywhere". Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Forty-Second Annual Meeting Urbana, Illinois, August 28, 29 and 30, 1951
  • A simple cemented courtyard around the walnut tree offers five pine table and bench sets, each for six to eight people.
  • It has a wonderful courtyard, with walnut trees, pomegranate, vine, bamboo, oleander and roses.
  • Why are many of the kernels from my walnut tree rotten? Times, Sunday Times
  • As I finished filling my feeders tonight, I noticed a flock of about 40-50 birds high in the newly budding black walnut tree.
  • ‘It is with the deepest regrets that I have to inform you that I have already cut down one walnut tree and plan on cutting down a second,’ he said.

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