Broadview trees are not as large as some walnuts, reaching a height of up to 6m or so after 15-20 years, making this variety a good choice if you want a Walnut tree for your garden. It also has the benefit of being relatively precocious.
Type of blossom: protandrous - that is, they shed pollen before the pistillate flowers are receptive. Most walnut varieties are protandrous.
Picking season: late October
Fruit size: large
Kernel to nut ratio: 47%
Vigour: compact, spreading, slow growing
Growth habit: semi-upright
Start to bear fruit: early, you should get some nuts after about 3-5 years
Bearing regularity: regular
Self-fertility: self fertile variety
Cold hardiness: very good
Suitable for organic or no-spray culture: yes
General disease-resistance: very good