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Desirable Pecan Trees produce early in the season, and the shell is medium to soft, and the tree is self fertile. The Desirable pecan tree is perfect as a commercial orchard tree, as to be used as a shade tree, and excellent to buy as a yard tree. The Desirable Pecan tree is a very large papershell nut when grown under maximum climate and fertilization conditions, and the pecan kernel is loaded with a nutty flavor that is crunchy to the taste and the oily content of the kernel is highly desirable to tourists who flock to roadside stands in the Georgia rural areas to purchase this choice nut.

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��The Desirable pecan tree cultivar has been the rage in pecan planting since 1960, and the ripening begins in mid- October. The nuts of the Desirable Pecan tree are papershell and are easily cracked in the hand like a peanut. The most desirable characteristic of the Desirable papershell pecan is that the nuts grow in giant clusters. It is not unusual to expect a 25 gallon bucketful of Desirable nuts to be harvested from a 5 year old tree.


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Zero noticable growth activity May 24, 2016
Reviewer: JAH from NC United States  
No buds, no leaves, no new growth of any kind seen, no change in height, no change in diameter, looks to be dead or dying. All other trees in the bunch (non pecan) are doing great! Pecan trees seem to have been Over-Pruned before shipping. These were the largest and most expensive we purchased - so most likely the greatest loss! Perhaps they will be fine - never grown pecans before. Time will tell. Simple observation just isn't good.

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Dormant plant May 11, 2016
Reviewer: Vincent Johns from morgantown, WV United States  
The plant was delivered dormant with the trunk and the roots pruned.  Time will tell if the plants will survive and if it does, it will be many years before I enjoy any nuts.

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Desirable pecan tree May 1, 2016
Reviewer: Darrell Ohrmund from Live Oak, FL United States  
Desirable pecan tree was planted 6 days ago already getting leaves on tree

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Cape Fear / Desirable Pecan Tree 2 April 5, 2016
Reviewer: from Smithfield, NC United States  
The second tree, whether Cape Fear or Desirable seems to be a very nice tree. I am just waiting to see it bud out.

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great service March 30, 2016
Reviewer: Sondra Mcgrew from Oilton, OK United States  
Received shipment of Pecan trees quickly and in excellent condition.  Product and delivery A plus.

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