Pecan Trees (Bare Root) - Pawnee (Type 1)
Best Planted in USDA Hardiness Zone: 6-10.
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- About Bare Root Pre-Orders
ATTENTION: If your order contains both bare root and potted plants, your order will ship AFTER the bare root trees are harvested. Additional shipping fees may apply if you notify us that you would like to receive your potted trees sooner. Please note this only applies to combination (bare root & potted) tree orders. If your order only contains potted trees it will ship within the 7-10 business day window. If your order only contains bare root trees, it will ship in the order it was received, after the tree harvest. Thank you!
• Thank you for pre ordering! Please use code BR2018 at checkout to receive a limited time offer of 10% off your bare root order. Code is only valid on bare root pecan pre orders.
• Pecan bare root pre orders will be accepted until harvest date of bare root trees (to be determined, but generally end of December/early January) or until maximum orders have been filled.
• Orders will ship approximately 2-3 weeks after harvest date UNLESS otherwise noted in your order. We do not hold orders unless requested by you the buyer.
• Payment in full is required to secure quantity and variety for your order. Payment will be processed immediately upon completing checkout.
• Pre Orders are shipped in the order that they were received after harvest date (to be determined, but generally end of December/early January).
• If, in the event the quantity or variety you pre ordered is not available you will be notified and will have the opportunity to substitute a different variety or cancel your order before shipping.
They are doing well
I live in Vermont, so growing pecans is obviously an experiment. I've planted a few from another supplier, and just tried these folks. The trees arrived today and I was very impressed with the quality of the stock as well as the packaging. It will be quite a while before I can say how the production is, but the trees I have have not had any problems with the cold. Also, there are lots of native Carya species here, so I think there may eventually be some hybridizing. A long - term experiment, getting ahead of a warming climate.