Broadview English walnut—This hardy variety seemed so good it took a lot of effort to keep from recommending it commercially.
The growth of the English walnut is different from that of most fruit trees.
It is not necessary to prune English walnut trees except in cases where some of the lower branches interfere with cultivation.
Viewed as a comparatively new industry, the culture of the Persian or English walnut is making remarkable strides in this country.
In America it has commonly been known as English walnut to distinguish it from our native species.