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The Sumner Pecan Tree or also erroneously sometimes called:  the ��Western Schley�� Pecan is an early season producer that produces a soft papershell pecan. The Sumner pecan tree is very resistant to most diseases and late into the season is still covered with a canopy of deep green leaves; the nuts maturing late into the Fall. 55% kernel ratio. The Sumner pecan tree is excellent for growing in Florida and the deep South, especially Georgia and Alabama. The Sumner Pecan tree can grow into an enormous tall tree that can produce hundreds of pounds of pecan nuts each year around Thanksgiving and is hailed by most orchard growers as the most disease resistant pecan tree.   The big drawback for growing the Sumner pecans is that their late maturing, sometimes as late as late November, prevents harvesting them early to make them available for the Thanksgiving and Christmas commercial markets.

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Received a Quality Plant March 29, 2016
Reviewer: Joel Dalton from Lancaster, SC United States  
I ordered several plants from TyTyGA.com, in spite of poor reviews I had read. I think they used pretty standard practices when it came to shipping. The box was damaged, but all but one plant was fine. They quickly responded to all of my emails. When I forwarded my pictures of my damaged Gloria Grande Pecan tree, they shipped me a new one out at the first of the following week. It had excellent root structure and was quite a bit larger than the previous one. Maybe double the size. I'm really happy with this purchase so far. Some of the plants are even showing leaves beginning to bud. I'd order from them again as of now.

This plant had a descent root system and I had no issues with it. I'm just waiting on the leaves to bloom.

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Tree Roots March 9, 2016
Reviewer: paul Keely from Columbia, SC United States  
I ordered 8 five to six foot tall Sumner Pecan Trees.  The trees that were delivered had little to no roots attached.  None of the tree roots reflected the planting instruction picture.  We strictly followed the planting instructions.  I am concerned that the trees may not thrive or survive.

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The Sumner Trees. April 6, 2015
Reviewer: Roger Bobalik from Crosby, TX United States  
The trees were in good shape and are planted now

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sumner pecan trees December 24, 2014
Reviewer: Stuart Slappey from Perry, GA United States  
The purchase and delivery of trees was very simple.  Thank you for the emails telling me when the trees would arrive. That was very helpful.

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sumner December 22, 2014
Reviewer: angela brown from rome, GA United States  
Minimal root system. Very crooked trunk.

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