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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 to grow in orchard conditions.  Aaron's farm Nursery does not sell any wild seedling varieties of pecan trees, only grafted pecan trees. Pecan trees are mostly self fertile, but it is usually advisable to plant more than one pecan cultivar to assure that sufficient wind pollination will take place.  Pecan trees can be cross pollinated as far as 20 miles away by a pecan tree growing there, when the wind is right.  Pecan trees can start bearing nuts at the height of 8 foot under the maximum orchard growing conditions.

Desirable Pecan Tree Elliot Pecan Tree Forkert Pecan Tree Hican Pecan Tree James Pecan Tree Mahan Pecan Tree
Desirable Pecan Tree Elliot Pecan Tree Forkert Pecan Tree Hican Pecan Tree James Pecan Tree Mahan Pecan Tree
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Oconee Pecan Tree Pawnee Pecan Tree Stuart Pecan Tree Sumner Pecan Tree
Oconee Pecan Tree Pawnee Pecan Tree Stuart Pecan Tree Sumner Pecan Tree
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James Pecans
Elliot Pecan Tree
Pecan and Walnut Trees
A cold hardy variety that you can find here at Aaron's Farm is the James Pecan which can survive temperatures of -20 degrees F while requiring very little chill hours. It is great for cooking and will also provide great shade in the summer to cut down on those high air conditioning bills. A southern pecan that is great to keep out pests like squirrels is the Elliot Pecan. It's a small hard delicious shelled pecan that is planted for its oil content. Remember all pecan varieties do better with pollinators and Aaron's Farm has everything you'll need for a successful backyard orchard. Call us today and place your fall shipping order, so you won't miss out this upcoming pecan season.

Aaron's Farm is here to offer you Pecan Trees that will begin bearing within one year after planting. We have bearing size Pecan Trees at all time low prices. If you contact one of our experts today, we can tell you which trees will grow best in your area, and which trees will pollinate those trees best. Don't be left out this pecan season! It's an easy way to save a few extra dollars right around Christmas time while enjoying delicious homegrown pecans!