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Raw pecan halves harvested from Womack Nursery. Caution: May contain occasional shell fragments
Raw pecan pieces harvested from Womack Nursery. Caution: May contain occasional shell fragments
Also called APPLE-PEAR because of their similar texture and shape. Trees produce at an early age. Ripens about August 15. Pollinate with Hosui. 450-500 Chill Hours.
22oz Plastic Hummingbird Feeder Texas Shape + 1 FREE 5.25 OZ NECTAR Item #108 – Texas Shaped 22 oz. easy fill plastic container. Guaranteed not to drip. Designed to feed...
72oz Plastic Hummingbird Feeder + 1 FREE 5.25 OZ NECTAR Item #107 – 72oz Easy fill plastic container Guaranteed not to drip. Designed to feed ONLY hummingbirds. Red ABS Plastic...
From Russia. Has glossy red fruit which contain rosy-pink arils with a sweet tart taste. It is a vigorous plant that has produced some of the best yields to date....
Red leaves, red fruit. A nice ornamental shade tree. Fine fruit. Ripens June. 350 Chill Hours.
The #1 Almond for home orchards. Medium to large nut. Soft shelled with sweet good quality kernels. Its heavy production restricts growth so that some classify the tree as semi-dwarf...
An early ripening crisp apple for warmer climates. Fruit is green overlaid with about 1/3 red blush. Requires only about 200 hours chilling, yet it has produced well at De...
Burkett-Schley cross. Heavy yielding, good nut filling. Kernels are smooth and bright. This variety does well in our local area and in western plantings. *This is the most overlooked tree...
Oblong, high-quality paper shell nut. High yield potential with excellent scab disease resistance. Pollinate with Choctaw, Kanza, Lakota, Nacono, Hopi and Wichita LIMITED SUPPLY Note: Pecan Trees cannot be shipped...
APRICOT DRIFT (PP# 23,354) - Beautiful dark green foliage provides a wonderful backdrop for huge amounts of soft double apricot clusters of blooms that begin in spring and repeat until...
Weeping - shaped tree with shiny dark green leaves. Highly adaptable to diverse climates and soils. Fruit is small, but does have a very small pit. Matures late November. 2-3'...
HYBRID UC 157 ASPARAGUS - A top producer at Oklahoma State University trials. Package of 10 crowns.
A dark red plum, medium to large in size, with red flesh. Trees are very vigorous, spreading and moderately productive. Excellent flavor and texture ratings, and highly disease resistant to...
One of the highest quality pears that can be grown in the South, blight resistant, flesh almost free of grit cells. Needs pollinator. Pollinate with Kieffer. Ripens mid-August. 600 Chill...
A small and handy bow saw for all-round use suitable for cutting both dry and green wood. 21 inch replaceable blade.
Bypass lopper for training and pruning fruit trees and vines. Cuts branches up to 1 1/8”. 24” handles.
A shade tree which is adapted to a wide variety of soils, including poor drained soils. 4-5' Trees available.
White flesh, freestone, very sweet, low acid. 850 Hours. Ripens about July 20 - August 1st.
Beautiful Large 2"-3" Yellow Freestone. Firm fruit, Red blush skin. Ripens Mid August 750 Chill Hours
A metal coated tape. Bright shiny red on one side, silver on the opposite side. 1" x 500' @ $7.50 per roll.
Purplish-Black skin, strawberry colored flesh, rich flavor. Heavy bearing, long lived, large tree. Best suited for South Texas
A heavy producer of small to medium size grapes. A very popular variety for juice, jelly and wine. Shows to be tolerant to Pierce’s Disease.
1-2' Trees. Excellent for wildlife cover. 10 trees per order.
Vigorous vine. White, seeded. Recommended for South Texas and Coastal plantings. Shows to be tolerant to Pierce's Disease.
Climbing rose with pure red blooms opening all at once and continuing their blooms through fall.
Medium size, delicious flavor. Suited to South Texas area. Very juicy, orange, freestone flesh. - 500 Chill Hours
An vintage shrub or small tree (15’) which is gaining in popularity. This hardy plant remains in old abandoned yards, while every-thing else is gone. Foliage is olive green. Flowers...
TIFBLUE BLUEBERRY - Medium to large light blue, good quality berries. Vigorous upright plants that will hold up well until last berries are harvested. Early to mid season ripening. In...
Large, round yellow flesh. A very attractive fruit. Freestone. Ripens July 4th. All sizes available. 800 CHILL HOURS
Large berries. Earliest ripening of the TAMU releases. Ripens about 1 week before Brazos. This thorned variety is adapted over a wide area. Earliest of all the berries we offer....
Large, red plum, a good commercial variety. Ripens June 1st. Requires pollinator, usually Methley. 800-900 Chill Hours.
A large shrub or small tree. Has a tight compact growth. Pink-burgundy flowers bloom on new growth from late spring to early fall. (2-4')
Large deciduous tree. A Texas native. Large dark green leaves and produces a very large acorn.
Large, round nuts, fill out well and a good producer. Not adapted to south or East Texas. Western variety, very popular. One of the best tasting oily nuts, but unattractive...
Small, round purplish-black grape. Strong flavor. Ripens late. Vigorous vine growth.
Thornless plant with large berries. Very good flavor and high yield quality. Excellent post harvest fruit handling potential. Ripens early June.
Pre-package includes 10 Grafts. Size of Grafts is approximately 7/16 Inch in diameter. Graftwood is cut in 12" length sticks. 5 sticks = 10 Grafts. (Cut in half before Grafting).
A small, football shaped nut with excellent kernel quality. This variety is becoming more and more popular each season in orchards and home plantings. The Caddo is protandrous in blooming...
The Carlos Muscadine is the standard muscadine used to make white Muscadine wine. Cold hardy and disease resistant. Ripens early season bronze color with vigorous growth and high fruit yields....
‘Sugar Fig’ A medium sized purple skinned fig; rose colored, sweet, smooth flesh. Tightly closed eye. Ripens late July.
A prolific producer of wine red flowers. Glossy green leaves during summer, turning orange/red in the fall. The Centennial Spirit Crepe Myrtle is adapted to a wide range of soil...
Large, black. Makes a loose bunch. (Not so many to the cluster). Makes a dark, blue juice. An excellent grape to eat if allowed to fully ripen (about 2 weeks...
This pecan resulted as a cross of the Clark and Odom varieties. The Cheyenne bears heavy and early after planting. The nuts are medium size (55-60 nuts per pound) and...
No matter how cold it gets, the Chicago Hardy Fig Tree will never let you down. Why? For starters, the Chicago Hardy can literally freeze over and still come back...
Cold hardy, frost hardy, sets heavy crops of small to medium size fruit. Good in spring frost-prone climates. 700 Chill Hours. Self fruitful.
A high quality shade tree with a fall color of yellow, orange, and red. Mature height 50-60'.