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Black Walnut - 100 Most Common North American Trees


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The Natural Range of Black Walnut
Black walnut range

Black walnut range

USDA - Forest Service
Black walnut's natural range extends from western Vermont and Massachusetts west through New York to southern Ontario, central Michigan, southern Minnesota, eastern South Dakota and northeastern Nebraska; south to western Oklahoma and central Texas; excluding the Mississippi River Valley and Delta, it ranges east to northwestern Florida and Georgia. On the western fringe of its range in Kansas, walnut is fairly abundant and frequently makes up 50 percent or more of the basal area in stands of several hectares.

Forest Types of North America
The Great American Hardwood Forest

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