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The Candy Pecan tree variety ripens in early fall, sometimes as early as mid-October, and some young trees can produce nuts the first year.   If you buy a tree 8 feet or taller, it usually bears the first season.  The papershell Candy pecan tree that originated from a selected seedling hybrid has become a favorite at home orchards, because of its reliable productivity of high quality nuts year after year. With a selection of the  Candy pecan tree, you are guaranteed to grow a big harvest of in-shell nuts.  The paper-like shell surrounding the nut is so thin that perfect halves are often the result of shelling.

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6-7ft tall Sold Out, Taking Pre-Orders 7-1-15 [$73.75]
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tree still alive at one year and 3 months May 12, 2015
Reviewer: Mark Cunningham from Coldwater, MS United States  
hopefully will make

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Candy Pecan Tree January 22, 2015
Reviewer: Debby Monroe from Sherwood, AR United States  
You should ask this in May.

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8 to 9 foot pecan trees January 17, 2015
Reviewer: Richard DeWitt from Phoenix, AZ United States  
So far they are in good shape. This spring will tell more. They were only 5 feet tall after the topping and the tap roots were cut off at about 32 inches but I hope that's OK.

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candy pecan tree June 20, 2014
Reviewer: andres schupansky from somerville, NJ United States  
hi,

i received a dormant branch with no roots.  I emailed tyty about it and after senind photos no response.  I am hoping it is fine otherwise it will be a very expensive piece of mulch.

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