Marsol chestnut trees are resistant to root rot (inking) so it makes a good root stock for some other cultivars. Nuts are large to very large but in cooler areas the nuts are not as big as they would be if grown in the central valley of California. It is a pollen producer. Tree grows very upright. This tree buds early, so spring frosts might be an issue if your trees are in a cold pocket. Nuts fall free of the burr mid season. This is cultivar is said to be of very good flavor. The cultivar originated from France. Cold hardy to -30F. Chestnut blight resistant. Root rot resistance is excellent. (Availability Dec 2019 - May 2020)

Pedigree: sativa * crenata
Origin: France
Chestnut blight susceptible: Resistant
Bloom time: Mid season
Median female flowers per blooming branch: 3
Maximum female flowers per blooming branch: 6
Tree growth habit: fast growing with medium height
Harvest: Mid season
Nut per lb: 22 - 28
Nuts per burr: Usually 3
Production: Not widely grown
Pellicle: Easy
Split kernels: Some
Pollen: Excellent pollinator
Cold Hardy: -15F

Marsol Chestnut Grafted Tree

  • Product Code: T159
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $25.00

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