| Arizona Walnut, Nogal, Nogal Silvestre, Arizona Black Walnut, River Walnut, Mountain Walnut|
Arizona walnut grows along streams and canyons of west and central Texas. It is closely related to Juglans microcarpa (Nogalito) but is larger, has a fewer number of leaflets (usually no more than 15), a smaller fruit, and a more westerly range.
Plant Habit or Use: medium tree
Flower Color: greenish
Blooming Period: spring
Fruit Characteristics: small nut encased in a husk
Height: to 50 ft.
Width: to 30 ft.
Plant Character: deciduous
Heat Tolerance: very high
Water Requirements: medium
Soil Requirements: alkaline adaptable