Plant an American Chestnut Tree
The American Chestnut tree is a native nut tree that grows in almost every State, and this blight resistant chestnut trees bear richly flavored chestnuts at an early age with an agreeable flavor and fragrance when toasted.
Chinese Chestnut Tree
The very cold hardy Chinese Chestnut trees grow fast in almost every all soil profiles and climate zones of the USA. Chinese chestnuts are richly flavored as they fall from the tree in October, ripe, tasteful and delicious to eat. Chinese chestnut trees are self pollinated and begin bearing appetizing nuts in the fall that are good-tasting and pleasurably fragrant when toasted.
The Colossal chestnut tree, (Japanese x European), is a hybrid chestnut tree of the European Chestnut and the Japanese Chestnut tree that produces large trees when mature and large nuts, but two of these trees should be planted together for the best cross pollination, not by using the 'Nevada Chestnut Tree' as a pollinator, because it can infect the tree with blight, since the ΓÇ£NevadaΓÇ¥ tree can be a transmitter of the blight infection, says MI State researchers.