Size: The Black Walnut’s height can range from 50ft to 75ft.
Location: The Black Walnut is commonly found in the Eastern Midwest and the South in wet soil.
Fun Facts: The tree is usually alone in the woods because its roots secrete a poisonous substance that can kill most plants.
Leaf Characteristics: The leaf is broad, flat and has many grooves.
Bark: The bark has grooves heading down throughout the whole tree.
The flowers are white and usually large than most common trees.