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The Pee Wee Hican nut is named after a short Texan man who discovered this treasure growing in the wild and propagated it by grafting it on pecan rootstock commercially. The Hican Pecan tree produces delicious nuts that are quite large and are very easy to grow. The 'Pee Wee' Hican can mature in the late Fall, and the nuts are huge and larger than most pecans or hickory.  The nut shells are fairly hard, looking much more like the Hickory nut. The Pee Wee hican tree is a bi-generic hybrid cross that is considered by food gourmets who taste it, to be the most deliciously flavored nut ever offered on the commercial market.   Ty Ty Nursery offers several sizes of this unique hybrid for sale.  Normally a pecan tree such as Desirable should be planted with the Hican, so that the best cross pollination will ensure the production of a large nut crop.

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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 5 Write a review »

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Received my Pee Wee tree June 4, 2016
Reviewer: Wilda Yoders from Spring Hill, TN United States  
So excited to see when I will start seeing buds and leaves on my tree!

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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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Trees by Mail (UPS) May 18, 2014
Reviewer: Wavie Sharp from Brandenburg, KY United States  
I received my Hican and Pecan trees in a timely fashion and apparently live and well.  I'll let you know how they fare as Spring progresses.

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Healthy Specimen March 22, 2014
Reviewer: Joseph D Goble from Macomb, IL United States  
Arrived two weeks prior to when you indicated you would ship.

Planting instructions would have also been nice.

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I love it January 23, 2014
Reviewer: Khairy Al Jamal from Arlington, VA United States  
Received in Excellent condition

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