As the American chestnut succumbs to disease, the blight-resistant Chinese chestnut is gaining popularity. Trees grow 30-60’ tall and 20-40’ across at a slow to medium rate.
Plant two trees to ensure pollination. Trees grown from seed will begin to produce nuts around age 7-8 years. Harvest in mid-late September to October.
Superior production and above average nut size provides enough food to share with wildlife including game birds and nectar for hummingbirds.