Is a pecan a hickory tree?

Answer Within the walnut family (Juglandaceae) there are seven genera of plants, including Carya. This genus includes both the pecan hickory tree and several other species of hickories. Carya illinoensis... Read More »

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What Kind of Hickory Tree Do I Have?

While hickories (Carya spp.) share some common features, this family of deciduous native North American trees includes diversity, as well. Hickory varieties come in a range of heights, forms, color... Read More »

Shagbark Hickory Tree Facts?

Often found growing among oaks in a natural setting, the shagbark hickory is a potentially massive tree with many uses. Shagbark hickory takes its name from its bark, which separates into lengthy t... Read More »

How to Cut a Pecan Tree?

Pecan trees are a delight to have on your property and are found growing most thickly in the Southern United States. Even one tree can yield a large amount of pecan fruits that are delicious simply... Read More »

How do I pot a pecan tree?

TimingPot the pecan tree in the late winter or very early spring, while the tree is dormant. Soak the roots of the plant for three hours if they appear dry. Cut the taproot--the main root--to a len... Read More »