This variety is the result of a cross between the Mahan and Success varieties. This variety does well in practically all pecan growing areas.
The nut is large and attractive, resembling the Stuart variety in shape. The hull is extra thin. The kernel, which consists of 58% of the total weight of the inshell nut, is very smooth, high in oil content, bright in color, and rich in flavor.
The tree's upright habit of growth and good foliage makes it a good selection for yard plantings as well as commercial plantings. The Choctaw is protandrous in blooming (late pollen shedding). This variety is easy to shell.
Important Sizing Note:
No more than 2 (4-5’) pecan trees can be shipped by UPS or USPS due to package size limits. If shipment of larger trees is desired, the shipment method will be by Motor Freight or pick up at nursery. (ALL PRICES FOB NURSERY) Some varieties in 8-10’ available for pick up at nursery. Also, larger quantities of larger trees will be a factor in shipment method. Pecan trees shipped out of State, will be a minimum of $35.00 delivery.
Note: Pecan Trees cannot be shipped to Arizona or California.
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