The Hardy Pecan (Carya Illinoinesis) is a large, deciduous lowland tree, the largest of hickories. This tree can mature to a height of 75-100′ with a spread of 40-70′. The Hardy Pecan grows at a medium rate, with height increases of 13–24″ per year. This species is known for its many uses. It provides great shade and is known for its beautiful wood grain. Produces sweet, tasty nuts inside easy to crack, thin shells. Grows in most soils but will do best in rich, moist, well-drained soil. The Hardy Pecan is self-fertile but will yield a greater production when planted in multiples. Very disease and insect resistant.
Full sun is recommended
18-36" Burlap Wrap, 1-2 ft Bare-Root, 2-3 ft Bare-Root, 3-4 ft Bare-Root, 4-5 ft Bare-Root