|Growth rate:||Slow to moderate|
|Soil:||Prefers moist, well-drained sandy loam, does not do well in clay.|
|pH:||Prefers slightly acidic soil|
|Years to bear:||4-5|
|Pollinator:||Should be planted in pairs or groups for cross-pollination.|
$5.00 – $30.00
The Chinese Chestnut is native to China and Korea, and unlike its American relative, it is resistant to chestnut blight. It is a big tree, with a dense, spreading canopy. The nut is large and meaty, and is perfect for roasting. The tree has a similar place in the canopy as Pecan trees.
1 Gallon, 3 Gallon, 5 Gallon