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Pecan, native

Carya illinoensis


A large tree to 80+ feet tall and a trunk to 4 feet in diameter, with a broad, spreading crown when grown in the open. In wooded settings it grows tall and slender, with ascending branches and a tight, flat-topped crown. Scattered to common in moist soil of river valleys over Oklahoma. Important food source for humans and wildlife. One of the largest hickories, pecan is a fast-growing shade tree.

Interesting Facts

Pecan ranks among the most important cultivated plants originating in the U.S. and among the most valuable nut crops. The word pecan is of Algonquian Indian origin.

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  • SKU: 40
  • Type: None
  • Hardiness Zones: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
  • Moisture Zones: Central, Eastern
  • Soil Type: Needs Deep Soil
  • Windbreak: Good
  • Erosion Control: Poor
  • Wildlife: Superior
  • Product Type: Bare-Root Seedlings

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