A Schley-Carmichael cross. The Sioux kernel is considered the best in eye appeal, shape, taste and ease of shelling. Nuts are small, 60-80 per pound. The Sioux is protogynous in blooming (late pollen shedding). Has produced well in Central Texas and westward. Can be successfully grown in eastern areas with a good fungicide program. Sioux is the variety that over the years, customers and their neighbors have come back for, once they see the quality of the nut and the tree structure.
Note: Pecan Trees cannot be shipped to Arizona or California.
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...
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...