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The nut of the Stuart Pecan tree is large and a classic standard pecan, when growing conditions are favorable and can shell out 45% kernel content. The Stuart Pecan tree was originally discovered growing by a Colonel Stuart in Southern Mississippi, growing on a fence row, and immediately this cultivar was recognized as the classic standard of modern pecan orchards. The crop of Stuart Pecan nuts begins to ripen in October and November. The Stuart Pecan tree will not pollinate itself at all, and the desirable Pecan tree is most often planted to cross pollinate the Stuart. The Stuart Pecan is a heavy yielding pecan tree that is very widely adapted for growing throughout the United States. Most soil types are adaptable to grow the Stuart Pecan orchard for a successful nut harvest.

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Good live tree June 19, 2017
Reviewer: Joan Machill from Lakeland, FL United States  
Not sure how it will grow have done everything to give this a good life.  Time will tell waiting to see a leaf now .

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Possible Live Stuart Pecan Trees May 3, 2017
Reviewer: William Dow from Indian Springs, AL United States  
The Stuart pecan trees still have no leaves, so I do not know if they are alive.  Hopefully, they will show some leaves soon.

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Pecan Tree April 20, 2017
Reviewer: Shernann Warren from Jonesboro, AR United States  
They are beautiful

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Yum Pecan! April 6, 2017
Reviewer: Sue Cole from Savannah, GA United States  
Tree arrived healthy and already in the ground.  Looking forward to some pecans in about 15 years!

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Pecan Trees April 5, 2017
Reviewer: Tim Salter from Bartow, GA United States  
The pecan trees arrived on time and were not damaged. We planted the trees the next day.

I was pleased with my purchase.

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