We sell our products to retail nurseries, garden centers, container growers who sell to landscape contractors and retail nurseries, mail order nurseries, and anyone else who qualifies. We do not accept direct sales to consumers.
The Hartley walnut, exhibited in 1915 at the San Francisco World’s Fair, won blue-ribbon recognition as a premium in-shell nut. Today, Hartley is the standard for mid late-season walnut harvest. Hartley is a consistent producer, despite being only slightly fruitful on lateral buds. The Hartley nut is fairly large with a pointed tip. Thin-shelled, well-sealed and easy to crack, Hartley produces a high percentage of light kernels (76%). The tree is medium-to-large, moderately spreading and has low susceptibility to codling moth and blight. When stressed by a lack of water or poor soil, Hartley is susceptible to deep bark canker. Hartley is usually planted with Franquette as a pollenizer.