Found throughout Britain, the country's short winters and summer sunshine provide the perfect growing and fruiting conditions for the walnut tree. The tree's botanical name, Juglands, originates in Roman mythology. According to an ancient myth, the god Jupiter who was also known as Jove, lived on walnuts when he was on earth.
Pigments extracted from the green husk of the walnut are used for dying fabrics while walnut shells are used in the production of grit paper, glues, plastics and cleaning products.
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