Pinus pumila or Dwarf Siberian Pine is an evergreen, nut bearing tree found in above tree line sites from Siberia to Northern Japan at elevations of 1000 – 2300 meters. Nuts are edible , eaten raw or cooked.
Pinus koraiensis or Korean Pine is an evergreen, nut bearing tree, native to eastern Asia, Korea, Manchuria, far eastern Russia, and central Japan. Nuts (pine nuts) are edible eaten raw or roasted.
Adansonia gregorii or Baobab is a nut bearing tree native to Australia. Nuts are edible consumed raw and cooked.
The Dika Bread Tree, also known as Gabon Chocolate and Dika, is a tropical tree native to western Africa that produces both edible fruit and nuts (seeds).
Carya ovata, commonly known as Shagbark Hickory and Scalybark Hickory, is a large, deciduous, nut bearing tree from Eastern North America. Nuts are large sized, edible and with sweet flavor.
Juglans microcarpa, also known as Dwarf Walnut, is a deciduous, small nut bearing tree, indigenous to Texas, U.S. The nuts ( walnuts) produced on this plant are the smallest of all the Juglans species but nutritious and of high quality.