Walnut (Juglans regia L.)
Walnut growns in Balkans, Anatolia, Middle East mostly. In the winter there is a broad-crowned thick-branched tree that sheds its leaves and reaches up to 25 to 30 meters in paint. The most out of the fruit is used for natural coloring of green shells and leaves.
Walnut is used in coloring in Turkey, America, in many countries in Europe and Asia is known as an important brown dye plants. It is known that from light brown to dark brown hair dyes were made from walnut shell in Roman Empire period.
Walnut is known for being used as natural dyes with these names from different languages such as Walnut-tree in English , Walnussbaum in German, Noyer in French, Carian guardianship in Greek and Jowz in Arabic.