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(Kiowa 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 seedling of the highly regarded and widely planted 'Desirable', 'Kiowa' begins producing abundant crops of large sweet pecans at an early age. Unlike 'Desirable', it has a strong central leader, and tends to bear heavily in alternate years as it ages.

Harvest takes place very late in the fall season,...

(Mahan 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 'Mahan' produces abundant crops of very large pecans at a relatively young age. Its chief liabilities are its susceptibility to scab and the decline in the quality of its nuts as it ages.

Harvest takes place very late in the fall, and the larger the tree, the more prolific its nut production....

(Maramec 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 'Maramec' produces modest crops of large pecans at a relatively young age.

Harvest takes place very late in the fall, and the larger the tree, the more prolific its nut production. Pecans have smooth, woody, oblong shells that are sandy brown in color. When cracked they bear oblong, ribbed...

(Melrose 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 'Melrose' ripens its dark-fleshed nuts late in the pecan season, with heavy crops occurring in alternate years. It is relatively resistant to scab.

Harvest takes place very late in the fall, and the larger the tree, the more prolific its nut production. Pecans have smooth, woody, oblong shells....

(Mohawk 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. 'Mohawk' bears prolific crops of pecans at a relatively young age, often in alternate years. It is one of the most highly recommended cultivars for the South-Central and Southwest U.S.

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

(Papershell Pecan, Pawnee 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. 'Pawnee' bears sizable crops of flavorful nuts weeks earlier than most other cultivars, thus making it a good choice for areas with a relatively short growing season. It performs well into the upper reaches of the South-Central and Southeast U.S.

Pecan likes full sun and acid, well drained...

(Papershell Pecan, Stuart 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. Introduced in the late 19th century, and still the most widely planted pecan, 'Stuart' begins bearing its medium-sized nuts at a relatively late age, and continues bearing generous crops for many decades. A scab-resistant cultivar, it performs well throughout the South-Central and southeastern United States....

(Papershell Pecan, Sumner 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 'Sumner' produces sizable crops of large nuts late in the pecan season, about 2 weeks after 'Stuart'. Resistant to scab, it performs well throughout the southeastern United States.

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

(Papershell Pecan, Tejas 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 'Tejas' bears prolific crops of small pecans at a relatively young age, with heaviest production in alternate years. It is susceptible to scab.

Harvest takes place very late in the fall season, and the larger the tree the more prolific its nut production. Pecans have smooth, woody, oblong shells...

(Papershell Pecan, Western Schley Pecan)

The most widely planted pecan in the southwestern United States, 'Western Schley' produces an abundance of small pecans at a relatively young age. It performs poorly in humid-summer regions such as the southeastern United States. 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.

Harvest takes place very late in the fall season, and the larger the tree...