[NAFEX] Nutless Black Walnuts?
phainopepla at yahoo.com
Mon Jul 17 14:05:36 EDT 2006
Monoecious just means that the male and female flowers
of a plant are separated instead of having perfect
flowers with both parts. A monoecious plant will
still produce both male and female flowers, they will
just be separate. If it were dioecious, then male and
female flowers would be born on separate plants.
To answer your question, I'm not sure if there are any
nonbearing clones out there.
--- john raymond <michisimmon at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Does a nutless black walnut cultivar exist that can
> be planted as an ornamental next to houses,
> driveways, etc.? I've read that they are
> monoecious, so I guess that would imply a specimen
> that lacked the ability to produce fertile female
> - john
> z5 michigan
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