Chandler is one of the most fertile walnut types in the world.
Chandler produces walnut in bunches. It has a thin shell. It is easy to break, and core out. A 5-7 year-old tree may produce an average of 25-30 kg of fruit. A 9-10 year-old Chandler tree yields an average of 70-90 kg of walnuts. A 15-20 year-old tree may yield up to 150 kg of walnuts per tree. It accommodates itself to the climate of the region it is planted; in other words it has the characteristic of acclimation. It blooms late in the spring. That is why it is highly resistant to the spring frosts. It would be appropriate to plant it in places with an altitude that is up to 1200 meters above sea level.Origin: U.S.A. California
Chandler Walnut Varieties
- Fruit Size Shelled: 40-42 mm.
- Weight with the Shell: 13,5 gr.
- Meat Weight: 6,5 gr.
- Inside Color: White
- Pollinator: Franquette, Fernette