Is this a walnut tree?

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It gets green fruit (?) On it that are walnut shape but then they fall off.
q is this a walnut tree
q is this a walnut tree
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  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Jul 09, 2017
    I don't know if it is walnut or not, but check online what the nuts look like, a lot of the nut trees have a green outer shell that is real tough and bigger than the actual nut shell.
  • Dfm Dfm on Jul 09, 2017
    walnut trees can get huge, and their flowers are not pretty.the do produce nuts, the hulls are green....turning brown when ready to drop. The hulls will stain your skin. The flowers shown are not walnut trees.
  • Denise Lile Denise Lile on Jul 09, 2017
    Looks like guava to me.
  • Patricia Patricia on Jul 09, 2017
    no its not a walnut tree they dont bloom, i have many around my home and never saw a bloom--lots of nuts tho
  • Sheri Sheri on Jul 09, 2017
    No, it is not a walnut tree. Google walnut tree. Compare the leaves.
  • Dolly Roberts Dolly Roberts on Jul 09, 2017
    the flower looks like a passion flower. it is def. not walnut.
  • Marsha Padilla Marsha Padilla on Jul 09, 2017
    Without doubt a Guava.
  • Christina Christina on Jul 10, 2017
    Definition not walnut. Could be guava. The trunk of guavas are very smooth and have a lovely sort of fawn color.
  • Linda Linda on Jul 11, 2017
    Looks like passion flowers. The flowers will bloom for a couple of days and then fall off. If that is what is, it can be quite invasive.
  • Maureen Malone Maureen Malone on Jul 11, 2017
    Lol...You're pretty close when you said it is a Guava...It's what we call in New Zealand, a "Feijoa" or also known as the "Pineapple Guava". They are my favourite fruit-the fruit grows to about 6-8 cm in length, Oval-ish in shape, slightly a rubbery looking skin and is a Green-Grey in colour. They have the most amazing scent and flavour-Best way to eat them-basically you lop off one end, and with a teaspoon, dig into the flesh of the fruit inside-[skin not edible]-the texture has a slightly "grainy" feel but the flavour will blow you away. We had a tree growing out the front of our old house-when the tree, which grows to about 2 metres in height, is in full fruit, you will have Feijoa coming out your ears...lol. They are a very versatile fruit-from Jams, preserves and chutneys, to ice cream, salsa, fruit salads, sweets [ bon bons], and even wines; especially Sparkling wines....yum-the flesh can also be frozen. They can also be used in Savoury Cooking in fact the uses for them in cooking are endless.Here's just a few ideas for cooking/eating; http://www.bite.co.nz/hot-topics/in-season/2661/10-ways-with-feijoas/
    Enjoy