Chinquapin NATIVE Castanea pumila also known as American chinquapinAllegheny Chinkapin, Chinquapin, Chinkapin
If you grow as a tree it can reach 15-30 feet tall. or a thicket-forming shrub to 30 ft. Chinquapin nuts are edible to humans as well as wildlife. They have a sweet flavor and are eaten by many birds and mammals. This tree prefers dry, acidic to neutral, well-drained soils in full sun to partial shade. Use as a small shade tree or to provide food for yourself and wildlife, A single mature tree will produce between 1200-1500 nuts each year.
Zone 5b -9a
We only ship to the continental USAno shipping to California, Arizona, Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.Our plants ship bare root or with minimal soil in a bag.No shipment of 5 gallon pots or larger they must be picked up at the nursery ( or call for special shipping arrangements to see if we can ship to you ).
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