Is it possible to grow walnuts in Siberia?
I live in the south of the Krasnoyarsk Territory and also asked this question. Two years ago, planted a walnut, so this year it has already grown to a height of one and a half meters. If you survive this winter, then most likely it will continue to grow and bear fruit.
It is possible to grow a walnut - a tree - in Siberia. The problem is whether you get a harvest. After all, walnut blooms quite early, so that the fruits have time to form and ripen. And during the flowering of the nut in Siberia, there may still be cold that the flower stalks cannot bear. In this regard, the walnut in Siberia is not grown. Even in Kyrgyzstan, where it is warm enough, walnuts do not bear fruit well everywhere, mainly in the southern regions, because in the north there are frosts that also occur in the flowering of walnuts.
But you can try, because it is not an oak or a cedar, which give the first fruits through 30-50 years, you can tolerate 5-8 years, there you will find out.