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Nuts are rich in nutrients and the kernel or edible portion of the nut is surrounded by a hard shell that weather proofs it for long periods of time.  The kernels are full of oils that are high in proteins and anti-oxidants that fight cancer and heart disease.  Nut trees usually bear heavy crops of nuts after the tree grows to maturity, and the grocery store price is usually higher than most other fruits and berries.  Aaron's farm nursery experts can advise you on which nut tree will grow best in your garden or orchard.  Black Walnut trees and Chestnut trees are very cold hardy and can be grown in almost any area of the United States.
Almond Trees Chestnut Trees Chinquapin Trees Filbert Trees
•Hall's Hardy
Hickory Trees Pecan Trees Walnut Trees
•North Carolina
•Thomas Black
Pecan and Walnuts
Elliot Pecan Tree
English Walnut Trees
If you haven't experienced the flavor of a homegrown Almond then stop wasting time and call Aaron's Farm today! We have a great variety known as the Nonpareil Almond that can be grown from USDA Zone 7-9, surviving temperatures as low as 5 degrees F. It's got a great flavor, and it's easy to grow. If you're fond of an American classic pecan pie, then consider planting your own pecan tree/orchard. We've got varieties great for cooking pies, and their yield is so large that you'll have more than you will ever need. Call today and ask which variety would be best for your USDA Zone. Another excellent backyard orchard tree is the English Walnut. Supported in USDA Zones 5-10 it is a very cold hardy tree that requires few chill hours. Call and ask which tree would best pollinate your English Walnut.

Almond, Pecan, Chestnut, and Walnut are just a few types of nut trees that we carry here at Aaron's Farm. Believe it or not, most of these trees can be found growing all over the continental United States. Call our experts today and find out which varieties will grow in your backyard orchard and give your family something to enjoy this upcoming growing season.