Plants at Edible Landscaping
Nuts - Pecans
Hardy Giant Pecan - Carya illinoinensis
Nut Pecan Pawnee Also called James, Hardy Giant nuts can be as large as 1 1/2" in diameter. Easy to crack nuts. The tree is self pollinating. Yields can be increased with pollination from Kanza or Colby. Will withstand -20 degrees F. Originated in Brunswick, MO. Kernels are plump, golden yellow ripening about the last week of September. Zones 6-9. 30' to 50' height , space 20' to 30' circle Native 

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Kanza Pecan - Carya illinoisenses
Nut Pecan Young Tree An early maturing large nut averaging 69lbs of nuts per tree. Introduced from Texas. Pollinates with Canton or Peruque. Space 25' circle. We usually have Kanza grafted on a hardy 160 day nut maturing rootstock. The rootstock goes dormant sooner than if Kanza was grafted on a southern rootstock, making it hardy in zone 7 and for trial in zone 6. Locally Kanza is a favorite. The trees stay lush green throughout the summer and the nuts show no signs of pecan scab. Will start producing in 3 to 4 years. Zones 7 - 9 

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Pecan Seedlings - Carya illinoinensis
Nuts Peruque Pecan Leaves Seeds collected from two large mature pecan trees growing in Salisbury, MD.(Zone 7) Nuts of those trees were regular size with full, plump, sweet pecans. Space 25 - 35' circles. Zone 6 -8 

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Quantity Pot Size Rootstock Cost  
1 1 Gallon  Seedling$20.00