Where did the pecan come from?

Answer Pecans are native to the south-eastern US except for the south of Florida and along the eastern coast, and as far west as Arizona and Texas.

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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 to Make Pecan Pie?

This is a scrumptious recipe that is especially delicious on Thanksgiving. This recipe is easy even for a novice pie baker and does not require any Karo/corn syrup. It takes about one hour to bake.... 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 »

Habitat for Pecan Trees?

Pecan trees should be planted sometime between December and the end of February. In order for the pecan nuts to be mature enough to produce, the tree should also be planted in a habitat exempt from... Read More »