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Black Walnut tree leaves have adorned the lives and some gardens of many for centuries! The compound, up to 2 feet long, Black Walnut Leaf is alternately arranged on the stem, which can accommodate 15–23 leaflets. These rounded base, pointed tip, and serrated edged leaves are dark green with a hairy underside. These leaves are collected and dried, then cut and sifted for your convenience.
The ancient Babylonians admired the beauty of the Black Walnut tree leaves so much that they grew them in their famous gardens. Meanwhile, Native American Indians, by the way the Black Walnut tree is native to North America and some parts of Canada, used it in many personal care applications. Today, the dried Black Walnut Leaf can potentially be used in the personal and industrial products industries.
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