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Pecans

Beautiful trees can live for 300+ years and grow 70 feet tall and wide, making a spectacular and popular shade tree. They have very pretty luxuriant green foliage and produce delicious and very nutricious nuts that are harvested in the fall, usually October. Native from far south in Mexico up through many of the gulf staes to southern Illinois and Iowa. Nuts ripen best in areas with hot summers. There is a big difference in hardiness and ealiness of ripening between the different types, and as such is important to plant hardy short season cultivars in northern areas. Plant at least 2 for pollination. Hardy zones 5-9.

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Pecans (Carya illinoensis)

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Hardy Northern Pecan Seedlings

USDA Certified Organic

Hardy strain from the northern reaches of pecan growing in southern Illinois. Good size nut is well filled and ripens early. Plant at least 2 for pollination.

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$12.00
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Mohawk

Conventionally Grown

Large high quality soft shell nut ripens early October. Semi self fertile tree is a good pollinator for Pawnee and other short season pecans. Popular in the southeast, southwest and mild winter areas...

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$40.00
Current Stock: 5
Pawnee

Pawnee

Conventionally Grown

Currently available as a bare root non-organic tree. This heavy producing self fertile pecan ripens its crop of delicious large nuts 2 to 3 weeks earlier than most varieties, growing a good crop for...

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$35.00
Current Stock: 9
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Wichita

Conventionally Grown

Available as a bare root tree, 'Wichita' is one of the most widely planted, and most productive, cultivars in Texas. When grown under suitably dry conditions, it has proven to be an outstanding and...

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$35.00
Current Stock: 10
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