If I try a walnut tree, this would be it. The Cook's Giant Sweet Walnut is an excellent walnut for planting in the backyard. It is very productive, with slightly mild flavors, and makes a very large nut. Cook's Giant Sweet Walnut Trees are prolific growers, and generally ripens in the month of September.
Need this one for pollination. May get nuts if we get enough cool weather. The Nonpareil Almond Tree is a very popular almond tree, and with a large, thick shelled almond, this almond is the #1 commercial almond around, being adapted to most localities. It's a heavy bearer that blooms in mid-season, and it needs a pollinizer as well. The best pollinizers for the Nonpareil Almond are the Ne Plus and the All-In-One almond trees. Nonpareil requires 400 chill hours, and ripens in September.