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- n. The walnut and similar trees of the genus Juglans
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A genus of valuable trees, including the true walnut of Europe, and the America black walnut, and butternut.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A leading genus of the Juglandeæ, or walnut family.
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- n. type genus of the Juglandaceae
The walnuts and hickories, belonging to the two great families of juglans, and the oaks and chestnuts, want good subsoil drainage.
Manchurian juglans regia, Jap heart nuts, Pomeroy juglans regia,
Canadian seed juglans regia, common native chestnuts, Col. Sober's paragon chestnuts, castanea crenata.
When I see a bluish tinge to the leaf of juglans regia, together with a smooth glossy leaf, not too long -- having
All juglans regias grew a yard from each terminal bud.
MORRIS: In attempting to make crosses between juglans and carya we find often that the pollen of carya will excite the cell of the juglans but without making a fusion.
Except those that I smothered by _too_ much care the following seedlings lived through the winter and are alive today: Pecans; pinus edulis; pinus Koriensis; chestnuts; filberts; all the juglans including
In order to do that I would first think of the Japanese walnut, _juglans cordiformis_, which has a much thinner shell and is less oily and more bland.
This may not be entirely true of another species, J. hindsii, which in the past has shown a tendency to cross with other members of the juglans tribe.
If iron constipate, as it may and does often do when used in these large doses, the trouble is to be corrected by fruit, and especially pears, by the pill of the watery extract of aloes and ox-gall already mentioned, by extracts of cascara or of juglans cinerea, which may be added to the malt extract ordered with the meals, or by enemata of oil, or oil and glycerin, or a glycerin suppository.