Growing Nuts at Home

Pulsegleaner

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Too cold here in Montana to grow any nuts, right?
Well, as I said, Manchurian Walnuts can take as cold as Canada and Alaska, and I assume the Siberian Hazels can as well. So I guess it really depends on what specific kind of conditions you have, if, like @R2elk, you have conditions that will kill any starts with intermittent freezes, or you are more even and amenable.
 

MeanCheek

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There should be nuts available that will grow in Montana. Depends on your location. Parts of Montana have much better growing conditions than I have here.
I'm east of Missoula. Summer at it's warmest is about 110, and winter at it's coldest is around -30. Pretty dry summers, too.
 

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I'm east of Missoula. Summer at it's warmest is about 110, and winter at it's coldest is around -30. Pretty dry summers, too.
If the winters stay cold until actual spring the low temp is not a problem. My problem here is the January thaw followed by sub zero temps followed by a February thaw followed by sub zero temps.
 

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