What is the scientific name for a pecan tree?

Answer The full scientific name for the pecan tree is Carya illinoinensis. It is part of the family Juglandaceae, which makes it related to the walnut. All varieties of pecan trees come from this species.... Read More »

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What is the scientific name for a Stuart pecan tree leaf?

The scientific name for the Stuart pecan tree, the most common pecan cultivar, grown primarily in the southeastern United States, is "Carya illinoensis." These trees are strong and require less pr... 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 »

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 propagate a pecan tree?

Collect NutsCollect the pecan nuts in the fall. Hull and rinse with water immediately. Soak the nuts in water for 24 hours, and throw out all the nuts that float, because they will not germinate as... Read More »