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  • 5 x Pecan - Carya illinoinensis TREE Seeds - COMMERCIAL VARIETY - Cold Hardy To Zone 6 - By MySeeds.Co

    ~ ~ ~ WE OFFER BOTH PKT. & BULK SIZES ~ ~ ~ Pecan - Carya illinoinensis (Commercial Variety) Pecans are an excellent source of manganese and a good source of protein and unsaturated fats. Likewalnuts, pecans are rich in omega-6 fatty acids, although pecans contain about half as much omega-6 as walnuts. A diet rich in seeds can lower the risk of gallstones in women. The antioxidants and plant sterols found in pecans reduce high cholesterol by reducing the "bad" LDL cholesterol levels. Clinical research

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  • 5 x Pecan - Carya illinoinensis TREE Seeds - BULK WILD COLLECTION VARIETY - Cold Hardy To Zone 6 - By MySeeds.Co

    ~ ~ ~ WE OFFER BOTH PKT. & BULK SIZES ~ ~ ~ Pecan - Carya illinoinensis (wild collection) Pecans are an excellent source of manganese and a good source of protein and unsaturated fats. Likewalnuts, pecans are rich in omega-6 fatty acids, although pecans contain about half as much omega-6 as walnuts. A diet rich in seeds can lower the risk of gallstones in women. The antioxidants and plant sterols found in pecans reduce high cholesterol by reducing the "bad" LDL cholesterol levels. Clinical research

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  • Hardy Pecan Tree - 1½ ft.

    Did you think pecans were only a Southern delicacy? Think again! You can enjoy the buttery taste of pecans as far north as Zone 5. This majestic beauty will grow to 70 ft. at maturity and its lustrous dark green foliage will provide ample shade. Plant two trees to ensure pollination.

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  • Fig Tree Brown Turkey Brown Deer Resistant Fruit Tree Live Pecan Tree

    'Brown Turkey' is an exception to the usual hot-blooded Mediterranean types of figs. This cold-hardy variety displays all of the best traits of a common fig, including the magnificently shaped light-green leaves, smooth gray bark and yummy edible purple-brown fruit, but will survive winters unlike most other fig trees. This attractive deciduous garden tree has an interesting winter appearance and thrives best in full sunlight and average, well-drained soil. Prune lightly annually for best growth.

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    Purple, Garden, Light, Edible, Fruit
  • Hardy Pecan Nut Tree

    Fast-growing, long-lived producer of richly flavored nuts. Grows 70-ft. with a broad crown. Hardy and pest resistant. Plant two trees to pollinate. Zones 5-8. 1-1 &frac12 ft.

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  • 1-2 ft. - Hardy Pecan

    ��� One of the country���s most popular pecan trees�� ��� Produces sweet, delicious nuts ��� Very Disease resistant The Hardy Pecan has recently become one of the most popular varieties of pecan trees. These trees produce much earlier than other types of pecan...

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  • Pecan - Carya Illinoinensis Tree Seeds - Commercial Variety - Cold Hardy To Z. 6

    S H is a COMBINED FLAT RATE regardless of how many items you buy from us ~!!This is a "Multiple Variation" style listing. Use the "Choose Quantity" drop-down menu, above, to select Quantity, Weight, Amount of Seeds . Choose from: 5 Seeds for $12.00 - Pkt. Size 25 Seeds for $42.00 50 Seeds for $70.00 100 Seeds for $120.00 Pecan - Carya illinoinensis (Commercial)Pecans are an excellent source of manganese and a good source of protein and unsaturated fats. Like walnuts, pecans are rich in omega-6

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  • Northen hardy pecan nut tree seedling edible and grows north and south

    You are bidding on 1 seedling. Hardy Pecan tree (Carya Illinoinensis ) is not only a great nut producing tree but also a great shade tree. May grow 70-100 feet tall and produce many great tasting nuts. Nut production tends to be at its highest in the south, but will produce well in the Northern part of its range as well.. Probably the most famous of the Hickory family and deservedly so. Plants are shipped bare-root and are 8-18 inches tall. The law prevents shipment of this species to California, Oregon,

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  • Nut, Pecan

    The Hardy Pecan is a beautiful tree that not only provides you with lots of shade in summer, but also rewards you with an abundant crop of sweet, rich-flavored nuts in fall. This Hardy Pecan tree is ideal for the lawn because it does not shed its leaves until late in the fall and it is practically immune to the attack of insects. The nuts are good size and excellent quality. This hardy pecan will thrive and produce anywhere peaches can be grown. Plant two for pollination. You receive 1-3' hardy,

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  • Pecan - Carya Illinoinensis Tree Seeds - Commercial Variety - Cold Hardy To Z. 6

    this is a multiple variation style listing use the choose quantity drop down menu above to select quantity weight amount of seeds choose from 5 seeds for 14.88 pkt size 25 seeds for 45.28 50 seeds for 72.98 100 seeds for 123.68 pecan carya illinoinensis commercial pecans are an excellent source of manganese and a good source of protein and unsaturated fats like walnuts pecans are rich in omega 6 fatty acids although pecans contain about half as much omega 6 as walnuts a diet rich in seeds can lo

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  • Starking® Hardy Giant™ Pecan

    Late September-early October Good Flavored 10 - 20 Starking® Hardy Giant™ Pecan Big, easy-to-crack nuts. This variety offers dependable yields of pecans that have been used in award-winning pies. Hardy — tree withstands temperatures as low as -20ºF. Heat-tolerant. Ripens in late September. Grafted. Self-pollinating, but will yield larger crops if pollinated with Stark® Surecrop™ or Colby. Nut trees require fertile soil for good growth, so before you plant, check your soil nutrients and pH. Contact your

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  • Northern James Pecan Tree

    Northern James Pecan Tree The cold hardy Northern James pecan tree is an excellent grafted tree selection that produces thin-shelled pecans, leading to medium size product (90 nuts per pound) with an oily, crunchy kernel that is enriched with a sweet aromatic substance, perfect for fresh eating, or to place into a newly baked pecan pie or for roasting into a tasty crispiness for eating later. The Northern James pecan tree has been documented to grow in below zero temperatures of New York, New Jersey or

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    Lateral, Planting, Shell, Thin
  • Elliot Pecan Tree, harvest tree, great yielding, (Free Shipping)

    The Elliot pecan tree is known for its deliciously tasty pecans. Originating in Santa Rose County Florida, this cultivar continues to grow in market acceptance thanks to its flavorful production. The Elliot has proven again and again to be incredibly scab and disease resistant, making it a very low-maintenance tree once planted. This cultivar thrives in warmer weather and will begin maturation and nut production in October. Its tear-dropped shaped nuts will shell to reveal light golden kernels at 72 nuts

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    Shade, Colorant, Shell, Light, Maintenance, Color
  • Missouri Hardy Pecan

    Missouri Hardy Pecan Vigorous and productive. This variety yields small pecans that make up for their size with rich flavor and high oil content. Heat-tolerant. Ripens from late September to late October. Seedling. For proper pollination, plant two or more. Late September-late October Good Flavored 10 - 20 All of AZ, CA, NM, and TX. 2 or more just $12.99 each 0642 75-100' tall x 75-100' wide 75-100'

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  • Pecan Trees | Carya illinoinensis

    Pecan Trees | Carya illinoinensis Pecan Trees | Carya illinoinensis Description Pecan Trees (Carya illinoinensis) - 1 Plant Carya illinoinensis | Pecan Trees ship as our GW Quick Start Potted Plants. Cannot ship into California or Arizona. Pecan Trees , Carya illinoinensis , are one of the largest of the hickory trees . Generally growing 75 to 100 feet tall, the trunks often mature in the 2 to 4 foot diameter range. Hardy Pecan is native to the lower Mississippi Valley region from the river valley of

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    Plant, Protection, Starting, Accessory, Fruit, Small, Female, Preventer
  • Caddo Pecan Tree, harvests nuts, attractive foliage (Free Shipping)

    A cross between the 'Brooks' and the 'Alley' cultivars, this graceful deciduous Caddo pecan tree was born around 1923 in Georgia. The Caddo has proven to boast one of the highest yield potentials of all the pecan cultivars, and its high production lasts long past the tree maturation. Caddo will yield a whopping average of 60 nuts per pound, and have wonderful shelling qualities making them immediately enjoyable! Its nuts are fairly small, but the Caddo's nut quality is quite exceptional, with 54% kernel on

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  • Pecan Trees

    Pecan Trees Growing your own pecan tree is an affordable way to bring beauty to your landscape and to enjoy nuts that will enhance the flavor of your food, while providing important nutrients for your diet. When these stately trees mature, they can also function as shade trees, protecting you from the elements and helping to keep energy costs down. They are productive (especially in locations with warm summers), giving you bushels of flavorful pecans that are ultimately much less expensive than those sold

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    Long, Key, Affordable, Shade, Food, Landscape, Functional, Enhancer
  • World's Largest James Pecan Tree

    Northern James Pecan Tree The cold hardy Northern James pecan tree is an excellent grafted tree selection that produces thin-shelled pecans, leading to medium size product (90 nuts per pound) with an oily, crunchy kernel that is enriched with a sweet aromatic substance, perfect for fresh eating, or to place into a newly baked pecan pie or for roasting into a tasty crispiness for eating later. The Northern James pecan tree has been documented to grow in below zero temperatures of New York, New Jersey or

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    Lateral, Planting, Shell, Thin
  • Golden Nectar Plum Tree, Japanese Type (Semi-dwarf)

    Golden Nectar Plum Tree, Japanese Type (Semi-dwarf) Golden Nectar Plum Tree, Japanese Type - FT326 Semi-dwarf on Citation rootstock . Zones : 5 -9 Chill hours: 400 or less Harvest : August 15 - August 30 Looks: Large, oblong fruit with waxy, thin, amber skin and flesh . Personality : Firm , sweet & flavorful. Very small pit. Facts of note: Popular yellow dessert plum . Pollination : Self -fruitful . European Plums Use fresh, canned or dried into prunes. European varieties are self pollinated, a

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  • Colby Pecan

    Late September-early October Good Flavored Colby Pecan Perfect for pecan pie. This tree grows quickly and bears earlier than most varieties. Produces bushels of meaty, thin-shelled nuts. Heat-tolerant. Bears in 5-7 years. Ripens in late September to early October. Grafted. Best pollinators: Stark® Surecrop™ or Starking® Hardy Giant™. Nut trees require fertile soil for good growth, so before you plant, check your soil nutrients and pH. Contact your local County Extension Office for information about soil

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  • Shellbark Hickory Tree

    Shellbark Hickory Tree The wood of the Shellbark Hickory Tree is strong, dense and flexible and used to make tool handles. The nuts of the Shellbark Hickory Tree are sweet, fragrant and large when compared to other hickory nuts. The wood if the Shellbark Hickory Tree is made into charcoal and to smoke meat on grills. The seedlings of Shellbark Hickory Trees have been used as rootstock in grafting pecan cultivars of selected hickory trees. The cold hardy nature of the tree makes it adaptable to the Ohio

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    Large, Flexible, Grill
  • Pecan Nut Casebearer

    Peruque Pecan A precocious and productive variety. This early-ripening tree bears an average of 80 nuts per pound. Medium-sized pecans are thin-shelled. Bears in 5-7 years. Tree reaches 75-100' tall. Ripens in mid September to early October. Grafted. Best pollinators: Colby or Pawnee. Also hardy in warmer parts of zone 5. Nut trees require fertile soil for good growth, so before you plant, check your soil nutrients and pH. Contact your local County Extension Office for information about soil testing in your

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  • Stark® Surecrop™ Pecan

    Mid To Late October Rich Flavored Papershell Stark ® Surecrop™ Pecan An amazingly prolific bearer. This tree is hardy and productive in a variety of conditions, including a record-breaking freeze of -18ºF! It yields big, easy-to-crack (“papershell”) pecans year after year. Heat-tolerant. Ripens in mid-to-late October. Grafted. Self-pollinating, but will yield larger crops if pollinated with Starking® Hardy Giant™ or Colby. Nut trees require fertile soil for good growth, so before you plant, check your

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  • Lilly of The Valley Tree

    the online plant nursery is currently selling a nice and expanding selection of shade tree seedlings including oak, weeping willow, pecan, variegated cedar and Japanese Zelkova tree seedlings. Many of these varieties are rather rare and unusual. We look forward to gardening with you and helping you with all your shade tree seedling needs in your lawn and garden. These shade tree seedlings are sold at very good prices. We will be shipping these shade tree seedlings all summer and all fall. Japanese Mountain

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    Plant, Shade, Large, Willow, Landscape, Oak, Garden, Soft, Cedar, Preventer, Water, Gardening, Cherry
  • Pecan Mahan Nut large Papershell

    Seeds of Pandanus balansae. A larger Pandanus native to New Caledonia with sparsed branching and a palm-like crown of wide. Long glossy green leaves. The fruit are large and dense with a cluster of angled yellowish keys. Very Rare. Pecan Mahan Nut large Papershell Pecan Mahan Nut large Papershell Seeds from Mahan Pecan or Florida Giant, Georgia Giant, Masterpiece, Mayhan, Mississippi Giant, Chestnut. I have these shade trees growing all over my yard as we have heavily fertilized this tree for the past three

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  • Pecan Tree Sale | Buy Pecan Trees | Find Pecan Tree Nursery

    Pecan trees are native to the United States and are found growing wild in forests in Illinois and Southwards to Texas and down into Mexico. The size of the pecan nuts is quite variable, and the quality of the nuts, production and growth habits of the native, wild seedling pecans are quite unpredictable, unless selected seedling called, 'Pecan Cultivars' with understood high qualities are selected for grafting which stabilizes the pecan tree production and outcome, as the most important commercial nut tree

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    Paper, Plant, Shade, High Quality, Shell, Starting
  • Pecan - Carya illinoinensis TREE Seeds - COMMERCIAL VARIETY - Cold Hardy To Zone 6 - By MySeeds.Co (005 Seeds - 5 Seeds - Pkt. Size)

    Botanical Name: Carya illinoinensis Commercial variety Family: Juglandaceae Genus: Carya Species: illinoinensis Variety: Commercial Variety Common Name:Pecan Height:65-130 feet Minimum Hardiness Zone: genus 6 Characteristics Specimen Tree Wildlife Food Drought Tolerant Heat Tolerant Edible Fruit/Nuts Shade Tree Crop Plant Deer Attractant * The pecan (pronounced /p??k??n/ , /p??kæn/ , or /?pi?kæn/ ), Carya illinoinensis or illinoensis , is a species of hickory , native to south-central North America , in

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  • Pecan - Carya illinoinensis TREE Seeds - COMMERCIAL VARIETY - Cold Hardy To Zone 6 - By MySeeds.Co (025 Seeds - 25 Seeds)

    Botanical Name: Carya illinoinensis Commercial variety Family: Juglandaceae Genus: Carya Species: illinoinensis Variety: Commercial Variety Common Name:Pecan Height:65-130 feet Minimum Hardiness Zone: genus 6 Characteristics Specimen Tree Wildlife Food Drought Tolerant Heat Tolerant Edible Fruit/Nuts Shade Tree Crop Plant Deer Attractant * The pecan (pronounced /p??k??n/ , /p??kæn/ , or /?pi?kæn/ ), Carya illinoinensis or illinoensis , is a species of hickory , native to south-central North America , in

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  • Pecan - Carya illinoinensis TREE Seeds - COMMERCIAL VARIETY - Cold Hardy To Zone 6 - By MySeeds.Co (050 Seeds - 50 Seeds)

    Botanical Name: Carya illinoinensis Commercial variety Family: Juglandaceae Genus: Carya Species: illinoinensis Variety: Commercial Variety Common Name:Pecan Height:65-130 feet Minimum Hardiness Zone: genus 6 Characteristics Specimen Tree Wildlife Food Drought Tolerant Heat Tolerant Edible Fruit/Nuts Shade Tree Crop Plant Deer Attractant * The pecan (pronounced /p??k??n/ , /p??kæn/ , or /?pi?kæn/ ), Carya illinoinensis or illinoensis , is a species of hickory , native to south-central North America , in

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