English Walnut Bud
English Walnut travelled to the south-eastern regions of Europe during the last glacial age around 800BC. For irs growth, it requires deep, fertile calcareous soil. The outer shell of the English Walnut appears like a small brain wirh all the evident corrugations, and its nut is rich in omega-3 essenitial fatty acids that aids in the nourishing or cerebral functions.
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