Heirloom Organic Pecan Tree Seeds 5
The producer of large, sweet and abundant pecans
- Well Groomed Tree
- Large, Delicious Pecans
- Cold Tolerant Up to Zone 6
Get Pecans Faster
We've nurtured and groomed these Pecan Trees to have superior seeds and yields, so when you order your seeds - they will arrive ready to be planted and in a year can start to produce a pecans quickly. They're the most sought-after variety of pecan trees - for many reasons! They produce large, delicious, quality pecans much earlier than other types of pecan trees. Considered by many as having the most "meaty" and tasty pecans you will ever eat. The pecans are also noted for their thin shell that makes them easy to crack and eat.
Lots of Pecans From a Small Tree
Our highly selective breeding of Pecan trees has created a superior seed for a superior seed and will grow to become trees that will not take up a massive amount of space like many sprawling pecan trees. You can expect a mature height up to 30 ft. and width up to 25 ft. This is perfect for any homeowner - whether you have a small area to plant or not. If you have plenty of space, then why not plant several? You can't have too many pecans! Each fall you'll get a significant amount of large, crunchy, sweet pecans that will last through the holiday season. Be the dessert hero at Thanksgiving with the best pecan pie in the family.
Hardy Down to 0°
These trees can live further north than most pecan trees since they're resistant to winter freezes. Our customers from Zones 6 - 9 love this tree for its tenacity to thrive - even when the temperatures fall to freezing. These Seeds produce Pecan Trees that are robust. You can expect the seeds to grow to trees that will be around for generations, providing a large harvest every year.
Mature Height: 20-30 ft.
Mature Width: 15-25 ft.
Sunlight: Full Sun
Growth Rate: Moderate
Harvest Time: October
Year to Bear: Can Fruit the 2nd Year!
Pecan trees grow reliably well from seeds, although you must chill them for two to three months before sowing to satisfy their dormancy requirements. Once chilled, sow them in deep pots and provide them with constant moisture to successfully germinate them one month later.