Marigoule grafted Chestnut [SPRING]
Prohibited to AZ
Marigoule is blight tolerant and resistant to root rot and successfully grown in both Michigan and New York as well as the Pacific Northwest. It produces an abundance of easy to peel good size nuts that are as sweet as candy. Although it eventually gets to be a large upright tree it is relatively slow growing and easier to manage with pruning. It is a European X Japanese hybrid from France and an excellent pollinizeer for other varieties. Nut fall is mid season and fall in the burr. Nut size is medium to large. Fruiting can take 4 -5 years. USDA Zones 4-9.