Under the right circumstances, African walnut seedlings develop into trees with deciduous leaves that can reach heights of 50 to 75 feet. Due to the lack of awareness of the African walnut’s health benefits, it is rarely consumed. Tetracarpidium conophorum, commonly known as African Walnut, Conophor Nut, Ukpa, Asala, Kaso, and Ngak, is a tree native to the humid tropical woodlands of West and Central Africa. They thrive most frequently on soils with a pH range of 6.5 to 8.0.
Both seeds and cuttings can be used to grow African walnut trees. Here, we have young African walnut seedlings that have made it through the initial stage of germination.
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