The largest pecan we have observed. One sample required only 20 nuts to make a pound. The tree has strong structure and large leaves. Appears to be scab resistant. These are desirable characteristics for your yard trees. Pollen is shed slightly ahead of pistil receptivity. Kernel is well filled and has good color in younger trees. Matures in early November. Eastern variety. Recommended for TRIAL PLANTING ONLY.
Note: Pecan Trees cannot be shipped to Arizona or California.
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...
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...