Carya ovata x C. illinoinensis. A rare cross between a shagbark hickory and a pecan. We grow this species from nuts of the cultivar Burton, grown for its reliable cropping. Depending on what pollinated each seedling, it's future nuts will most resemble a hickory nut or a pecan, but generally nuts will be larger than a pecan.
Height including roots: one year seedling
Canadian Hardiness Zone: 5b
Recommended Use: nuts used for fresh eating, cooking or baking
Pollination: requires a least 2 to produce nuts
To Order for Spring 2021: orders for spring shipping or pick-up can be placed as early as December. If you wish to reserve anything before that time or have any questions, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org. We sell only apples and pears bareroot in the fall, as they are most winter hardy. Everything else (as well as apple and pear) is available in spring.