Chinquapin * SOLD OUT *

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Castanea pumila

The Chinquapin is a large shrub or small tree that produces a dark-brown, sweet nut that is good for wildlife and is sold as well for human consumption in the regions where it is grown -- in dry lands from southern Pennsylvania to Florida and Texas, including here. Its nuts ripen earlier than the American chestnut.

Photos: NCSU Cooperative Extention

Plant in Well-drained Soil, Full Sun.  Grows in Zones: 5 - 9

Ornamental Characteristics
Category Nut Tree
Foliage Type Deciduous 
Height 20' - 30'
Spread 15 - 20'
Shape Upright, Rounded
Primary foliage Color Dark Green
Seasonal foliage Color
Flowering Season Summer
Flower Color
Berries Nuts
Environmental Characteristics
Growth Rate Moderate
Sun Preferences