Walnuts

 

ENGLISH (COMMON) 1/6 each, 15/- per doz.  (goodmans 1914)

 

GAUTHERON  2/- each, 18/- dozen.  (goodmans 1914)  Whereabouts unknown

 

CHABERETE  2/- each, 18/- per doz.

 

FRANQUETTE   2/- each, 18/- per doz.  (goodmans 1914)  Whereabouts unknown

 

BLACK (JUGLANS NIGRA)  2\- each, 18\- per doz.  (goodmans 1914)

 

JUGLANS CINERA  2/- each, 18/- per doz.  (goodmans 1914)  Whereabouts unknown

 

JARDIN DE LA ST. JEAN  2/- each, 18/- per doz.  (goodmans 1914)  Whereabouts unknown

 

MAYETTE ROUGE  2/- each, 18/- per doz.  (goodmans 1914)  Whereabouts unknown

 

PECAN NUT  2/- each, 18/- per doz.  (goodmans 1914)

Currants

 

Almonds

 

 

BLAXENDALE  {VT}

 

BRANDE'S JORDAN   A sturdy upright growing variety.  Bears large sweet nuts of tender shell class.  (Goodmans 1914)  {Burnley}  {VT}

BRAND'S JORDAN    A well known medium-sized variety; soft shell. Medium. (Railton.)

 

BURBANKS SEEDLING  Tree extremely hardy and great bearer.  Recomended as one of the best for this climate.  Flowers late.  (Goodmans 1914) Whereabouts unknown.

 

CALIFORNIAN PAPERSHELL

 

CHELLESTON  {VT}

 

COMMERCIAL  {Burnley}  Whereabouts unknown

 

DE CORSE  Fruit well flavored.  (Goodmans 1914)  Whereabouts unknown.

 

EARLY JORDEN   An early variety of papershell.  (Goodmans 1914) Large; soft shell.  Early.  (Railton.)  {Burnley}  Whereabouts unknown

 

GOLDEN STATE   Large soft shell with a smooth skinned kernel.  Good bearer.  Early.  (Goodmans 1914)  Whereabouts unknown.

 

GROSE TENDRE   Very large almond with thin shell; good grower; heavy bearer.  (Goodmans 1914)  Whereabouts unknown.

 

HATCH'S NOMPARIEL (NONPARIEL ?)  Early; very large and sweet.  Thin shell.  (Goodmans 1914)

 

HAWTHORN SEEDLING   Strong grower and good bearer of medium sized nuts (Goodmans 1914)  {Burnley}  Whereabouts unknown.

 

I.X.L.  A good variety; large nuts, perfect shell.  Shy bearer in some places.  (Goodmans 1914)   {Burnley}  {VT}

 

JOHNSTON PROLIFIC  {VT}

 

LANGUEDOC  {Burnley}  Whereabouts unknown

 

LARGE PAPERSHELL  Very large variety.  Medium.  (Railton.)  Whereabouts unknown

 

LARGE SOFT SHELLED  {Burnley}  Whereabouts unknown

 

LE FLOT  Tree vigorous, and free bearer.  (Goodmans 1914)  Whereabouts unknown.

 

LEWELLING  {Burnley}  Whereabouts unknown

 

MISSION  {VT}

 

MONSTROUS  Very large nuts, tree prolific. (Goodmans 1914)  Whereabouts unknown.

 

NONPARIEL   Very thin shell; most prolific.  Regular bearer. (Goodmans 1914) A very productive variety.  Medium.  (Railton.)

 

NE PLUS ULTRA  {Burnley}  {VT}

 

PAPERSHELL  A fine soft shell, easily broken between the fingers. (Goodmans 1914)

PAPER SHELL  {Burnley}

 

PRINCESS  Kernel large, sweet, and of excellent flavor.  (Goodmans 1914) Whereabouts unknown.

 

STOUTS PAPERSHELL  {VT}

 

SULTANA  Tender shell; a nice flavored fruit of medium size. (Goodmans 1914)  A good sort.  Early.  (Railton.)  {Burnley} Whereabouts unknown.

 

 

 

 

HAZELNUT POLLINATORS

(1) American White    x Cosford & White Avelline (sometimes)

White American          Cosford & White Avelline

 

(2) Atlas (Roman Nut) x Halle'sche Riesen, Turkish Hazel

Atlas                   Hall's Giant, Imperial de Trebizonde

 

(3) Barcelona         x Daviana (being replaced by Butler)[4,6,7,9]

Barcelona               Butler, Daviana, Gunslebert, Kentish Cob, Negret

 

Butler                  Barcelona, Ennis, Hall's Giant

 

(4) Cosford           x Gunslebert, Halls Giant, Kentish Cob, Red Avelline

Cosford                 Gunslebert, Hall's Giant, Kentish Cob

 

(5) Ennis             x Butler (Ennis is replacing Barcelona)

Ennis                   Butler, Daviana

 

(6) Gunslebert (Cob)  x Cosford, Kentish Cob, Turkish Hazel

Gunslebert              Cosford, Imperial de Trebizonde, Kentish Cob

 

(7) Halle'sche Riesen x Cosford

 

(8) Halls Giant       x (Is Halle'sche Riesen)

Hall's Giant            Barcelona, Butler, Cosford Imperial de Trebizonde  Barcelona, Red Avelline

 

(9) Kentish Cob       x Cosford, Gunslebert, Halle'sche Riesen

Kentish Cob             Cosford, Gunslebert, Hall's Giant

 

(10) Red Avelline     x Self, Barcelona, Turkish Hazel, White Avelline  [6]

Red Avelline            Barcelona, Imperial de Trebizonde, White Avelline

 

(11) Turkish Hazel    x Barcelona, Gunslebert, White Avelline,

 

(12) Webb's Redskin   x Self, Barcelona, Turkish Hazel, White Avelline

 

(13) White Avelline   x Red Avelline (is Webb's Redskin/Red Cob)

White Avelline          Barcelona, Gunslebert, Imperial de Trebizonde

 

First line sources unknown, 2nd line Tony Allen.

 

TONY ALLEN'S (Growing Nuts in Australia)

MAIN CULTIVAR               POLLINATER

Atlas (Roman Nut)       Hall's Giant, Imperial de Trebizonde

Barcelona               Butler, Daviana, Gunslebert, Kentish Cob, Negret

Butler                  Barcelona, Ennis, Hall's Giant

Cosford                 Gunslebert, Hall's Giant, Kentish Cob

Daviana                 Barcelona

Ennis                   Butler, Daviana

Gunslebert              Cosford, Imperial de Trebizonde, Kentish Cob

Hall's Giant            Barcelona, Butler, Cosford

Kentish Cob             Cosford, Gunslebert, Hall's Giant

Red Avelline            Barcelona, Imperial de Trebizonde, White Avelline

Wandils/Wanliss Pride   Cosford, White Avelline

White American          Cosford & White Avelline (sometimes)

White Avelline          Barcelona, Gunslebert, Imperial de Trebizonde

 

Acknowledge the East Gippsland Organic Agriculture Assopciation and Southern Highlands Permaculture Association.

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