When do pecan trees produce?

Answer A grafted pecan tree that is 4 to 6 feet tall will start producing in six to seven years. Some varieties may start producing in four to five years, and some can take eight to 10 years. A non-grafte... Read More »

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At what height do pecan trees produce?

Pecan trees optimally grow 2 to 4 feet per year. Pecan trees produce nuts in 10 to 15 years after planting. Therefore, pecan trees can be from 20 to 60 feet tall before producing a first crop, dep... Read More »

When do pecan trees leaf out?

Pecans trees begin to flower and leaf out from late April through the middle of May. Exact timing for the emergence of leaves and flowers varies according to the specific variety of pecan, the clim... Read More »

When do pecan trees bear fruit?

Depending on the cultivar and the geographic location, pecan trees bear fruit from early to late fall (mid-September to mid-December). Some cultivars begin producing as early as 6 years of age, whi... Read More »

When do cherry trees produce fruit?

Cherry trees produce cherries in early spring and should be harvested in late spring. If planted from seed, sweet cherry trees take five to seven years to produce fruit, and sour cherry trees take ... Read More »