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The cold hardy Northern James pecan tree is an excellent  grafted tree selection that produces thin-shelled pecans, leading to medium size product (90 nuts per pound) with an oily, crunchy kernel that is enriched with a sweet aromatic  substance, perfect for fresh eating, or to place into a newly baked pecan pie or for roasting into a tasty crispiness for eating later. The Northern James pecan tree has been documented to grow in below zero temperatures of New York, New Jersey or Pennsylvania, and a 6 foot tall tree often produces a few nuts the first year of planting.

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1-2ft tall [$33.75]
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6-7ft tall [$73.75]
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Average Rating: 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 7 Write a review »

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PECANS DON'T GROW IF YOU CAN'T PLANT THEM January 2, 2016
Reviewer: Cathleen Wolfe from Churubusco, IN United States  
TREES PAID FOR LAST YEAR NEVER CAME.  TOLD I WILL GET THEM NEXT YEAR!  NO OFFER TO GIVE MY MONEY BACK!  THEY BETTER HOPE I GET SOME BEAUTIFUL TREES THIS COMIING SPRING.

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dead November 28, 2015
Reviewer: Debra Barrick from Newport, PA United States  
The shipment arrived later than expected, during the most frigid part of the winter. Kept in warm garage and planted in Spring, but never took root. Sent paperwork for replacements and have not gotten response.

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br April 12, 2015
Reviewer: Joseph Breighner from Gettysburg, PA United States  
good roots

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northern James pecan December 23, 2014
Reviewer: joe konkol from union city, TN United States  
No real problems at all. One was a little off with the root stock. It might be OK when it comes out of dormant. The price was a little high compared with other nursery's that I have bought pecan tree's from

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Northern James Pecan Trees May 21, 2014
Reviewer: Gary Hanson from Belvidere, IL United States  
The planting instructions are clear enough, there should be more specific information included however. It would be nice to know how tall these trees can be expected to grow and the subsequent crown diameter is all good information to know. I know this information will vary by growing zone.

Customer support is lacking too, I still haven't received a reply to my inquiry on growth traits for these trees yet, been waiting over two weeks.

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