Northern Pecan (Carya illinoinensis)

Forming a large, rounded canopy, pecan is relatively fast growing, with large, pinnately compound leaves that can be 12-18″ long. It is monoecious, with both male and female catkins on the same tree. The fruits (drupes) occur in clusters and mature in autumn. The bark is smooth when young, but then becomes narrowly fissured and scaly over time.

NATIVE RANGE

Carya-illinoinensis(1)

Map courtesy of the USDA-NRCS Plant Database.

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Additional information

Scientific Name

Carya illinoiensis

Height

70-100'

Spread

40-75'

Shape

Vase-shaped

Foilage

Dark green

Fall Foilage

Yellow

Native To

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