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Image of Carya illinoinensis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

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(Papershell Pecan, Pecan)

Though primarily known for its sweet pecans, this large deciduous tree from eastern and southern North America and Mexico also has ornamental virtues. It is a tall, beautiful tree with attractive compound leaves, a tall straight trunk and furrowed, gray-brown to brown-black bark. Many cultivars have been selected for flavor, hardiness, earliness of ripening, and other characteristics.

Trees generally take from 15 to 20-years before they are fruit-bearing. Harvest takes place very late in the...

(Burkett Pecan, Papershell Pecan)

Though primarily known for its sweet pecans, this large deciduous tree also has ornamental virtues such as attractive compound leaves and a straight, furrowed, gray-brown to brown-black trunk. A 1911 introduction that was once common in cultivation, 'Burkett' is now largely superseded by later cultivars such as its offspring 'Apache' and 'Comanche'.

Trees generally take from 15 to 20-years before they are fruit-bearing. Harvest takes place very late in the fall season, and the larger the tree...

(Candy Pecan, Papershell Pecan)

Though primarily known for its sweet pecans, this large deciduous tree also has ornamental virtues such as attractive compound leaves and a straight, furrowed, gray-brown to brown-black trunk. The cultivar 'Candy' is an old (introduced 1913) and relatively disease-resistant cultivar that bears prolific crops of relatively small nuts at an early age. Its lush, attractive leaves are darker and earlier than those of most other cultivars, making it one of the most ornamentally desirable pecans. It does...

(Cape Fear Pecan, Papershell Pecan)

Though primarily known for its sweet pecans, this large deciduous tree also has ornamental virtues such as attractive compound leaves and a straight, furrowed, gray-brown to brown-black trunk. The cultivar 'Cape Fear' bears prolific crops of pecans at an early age, but produces less heavily and becomes increasingly subject to bacterial leaf scorch as it ages. It performs best in the south central and southeast United States.

Harvest generally takes place very late in the fall season; the larger...

(Cheyenne Pecan, Papershell Pecan)

Although primarily known for its sweet nuts, this large deciduous tree from central North America also has ornamental virtues such as attractive compound leaves and a straight, furrowed, reddish brown trunk. 'Cheyenne' is a slow-growing cultivar that ripens its pecans rather late in the season. It performs well in the Southwest U.S., but has done poorly in the Southeast.

Pecan likes full sun and acid, well drained soil. Transplanting can be difficult because of its long taproot. 'Cheyenne' is...

(Choctaw Pecan, Papershell Pecan)

Although primarily known for its sweet nuts, this large deciduous tree from central North America also has ornamental virtues such as attractive compound leaves and a straight, furrowed, reddish brown trunk. 'Choctaw' is a relatively disease-resistant cultivar that bears large flavorful pecans. It does well in much of the Southeast U.S.

Pecan likes full sun and acid, well drained soil. Transplanting can be difficult because of its long taproot. 'Choctaw' is a late-pollen (type 2) cultivar; plant...

(Comanche Pecan, Papershell Pecan)

Although primarily known for its sweet nuts, this large deciduous tree from central North America also has ornamental virtues such as attractive compound leaves and a straight, furrowed, reddish brown trunk. 'Comanche' is a 1955 USDA introduction that has proven relatively susceptible to scab.

Pecan likes full sun and acid, well drained soil. Transplanting can be difficult because of its long taproot. 'Comanche' is a late-pollen (type 2) cultivar; plant it with an early-pollen (type 1) cultivar...

(Curtis Pecan, Papershell Pecan)

Though primarily known for its sweet pecans, this large deciduous tree also has ornamental virtues such as attractive compound leaves and a straight, furrowed, gray-brown to brown-black trunk. Its relatively small size and high disease resistance recommend 'Curtis' as one of the best pecan cultivars for residential landscapes. Introduced in 1896, it bears modest crops of rather small nuts late in the pecan season.

Trees generally take from 15 to 20-years before they are fruit-bearing. Harvest...

(Desirable Pecan, Papershell Pecan)

Although primarily known for its sweet pecans, this large deciduous tree from central North America also has ornamental virtues such as attractive compound leaves and a straight, furrowed, reddish brown trunk. Unlike most other cultivars, which bear heavily in alternate years, 'Desirable' produces reliable crops of large sweet pecans every year. Although it is widely planted commercially in the southeastern United States, its irregular growth habit and susceptibility to scab make it a less than ideal...

(Elliott Pecan, Papershell Pecan)

Though primarily known for its sweet pecans, this large deciduous tree also has ornamental virtues such as attractive compound leaves and a straight, furrowed, gray-brown to brown-black trunk. Named after the man who discovered it in his yard in 1912, 'Elliott' produces small pecans which are widely considered to be among the most flavorful of any cultivar. It is also highly resistant to scab. It begins bearing its rather modest crops at a relatively late age.

Trees generally take from 15 to...