Pecan - credit: Franklin Bonner, USFS (ret.),
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Pecan - credit: Franklin Bonner, USFS (ret.),

Northern Pecan

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    25 seedlings
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    100 seedlings
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Carya illinoinensis

The northern pecan is a native, medium to large sized deciduous tree ranging from 100-140 feet and produces edible nuts. 

Seedlings, 18-24”

* Bundles of 25 qualify for Mix & Match discount, see Hardwoods collection for more information.

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

USDA Plant Guide