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Pecan Tree: The stately pecan tree can soar as high as seventy feet to a hundred feet and have a trunk diameter of six feet. The pecan tree displays alternate leaves in thick clusters of nine to fifteen leaflets, creating a shady green oasis on a hot summer day. They are a specimen that proudly dots the landscape across the southern United States, especially the southeast region,
But the impressive size and priceless beauty are not why most people reach out to TN Nursery to order a pecan tree. Most people, as you might suspect, cultivate the pecan tree for the eventual payoff of the harvest of the slightly sweet single-seed nut--the pecan.
Southern folks give pecans as gifts, use them for baking, or crack them and snack on them. However you wish to use them, it all starts with a healthy pecan tree.
Pecan Trees Don't Require Much Care
You will find that pecan trees don't ask for much care from you if you are within a hardiness zone that supports their growth. They need a warm, humid climate and full sunshine--or a partially sunny spot that receives at least six hours of filtered sun each day.
Besides that, you need well-amended, loosened soil. It is less fussy about the soil type, as long as you break up any soil compaction before planting your bare root plant; decompaction will help it establish a healthy root system.
You'll also need to water the sapling as necessary, especially during the hottest and driest summer days. Once your pecan tree is off to a healthy start, you will do little else. An established pecan tree is drought tolerant and will even thrive through dry spells.
A young, healthy specimen should grow relatively quickly at a pace of one to two feet per year. Around year six, you will begin the reap the reward of an abundance of pecans. The pecan tree is hardy and can live for as long as three hundred years.
Order Your Pecan Tree From TN Nursery Today
Whether you want the shade you'll have in just a few years or the nuts your tree will produce, order your pecan tree from TN Nursery today.
Trees were in bundles of 25/50. Unpacked and put them in 5 gallon buckets to soak. I put some in pots, planted some and put 100 in shaded furrows. All 200 survived and even the few extra straglers. 1-2 years later I dug up the furrows all of them were very healthy. They seemed to do very well in the shade till I had time to plant them.
Trees delivered withinn a week of ordering, as advertised, well packed
Thank you for the awesome review about our trees, Dan. We are so pleased to hear it is working just as it should and that you are enjoying it so much!