The northern pecan is a native, medium to large sized deciduous tree ranging from 100-140 feet and produces edible nuts.
Growth Rate: slow
Soils: sand, loam, clay
Moisture: Moist to dry
Shade Tolerance: Full Sun to part shade
Mature Height: 100-140 ft.
Mature spread: 40-75 ft.
Deer Damage Potential: High
Origin: Native to US, but not to Michigan
Uses: food, lumber, fuelwood, shade