Most cold tolerant pecan! Pecan lovers rejoice! Oconee pecan will give you large crops of very tasty, fancy pecans all the way to zone 5 where most pecans would just shiver the nights away! Have you always wanted to have a pecan tree in your yard, but felt like you might be a little too far north for any real success? Well, don’t worry about it anymore. Oconee is the tree for you. The Oconee Pecan is an impressive tree that will give you bushels of delectable nuts starting as soon as its 5th year. Oconee is a big tree, like most pecans are. It can grow to a whopping 100 feet tall so plant it where you mean it! Since it starts producing very young you can expect many years of big harvests every October. It produces a lot of nuts – 48 nuts per pound on average. (40 – 50 is the accepted industry average.) And these aren’t just any nuts, these are some of the easiest shelling pecans around. People say that you get more intact halves from these ‘papershell’ nuts than from most other pecans. Oconee was introduced in 1989 – a good year for music, hair, clothes and MTV as well as pecans! (Ok, that first part is debatable, but it was a really good year for pecans.) Make this a good year for you – order an Oconee Pecan Tree from us today! * Excellent quality nuts * High yields * Scab resistant * Begins bearing at an early age * Most cold hardy tree, up to zone 5 * Great for the home enthusiast or commercial grower.
Brand new pecan yields big! Marvin Ellis bought a pecan grove in Georgia in 1944. In 1978 his son, Elliot Ellis, helped him open a retail market and gift store on the property and talked him into going into the mail order business. In 2018 Elliot and his sons patented their own pecan tree and have made it available to home gardeners everywhere.And we are so glad they did!The Ellis Pecan is a big, sturdy, impressive tree that not only makes an impact from its sheer heft and profile, but literally gives you bushels of delectable nuts every growing season.Ellis will grow anywhere from 75 to 100 feet tall. This doesn’t happen overnight, mind you, so you can grow it in your suburban backyard and know that it will be a generation before it towers that big over your house. But it doesn’t have to be fully grown to produce its bevy of nuts. It starts producing very young, especially for a pecan tree, and it produces a lot – 43 nuts per pound on average. Think about that when you’re weighing your next pecan purchase at the neighborhood market.As pecan growers and sellers for the past 75 years, the Ellis’s know a thing or two about good pecans. They wouldn’t put their family name on an inferior tree. Trust them…and trust us. This is a nut tree worth having in your backyard!* Excellent quality nuts* High yields* Scab resistant* Begins bearing at an early age* Huge 100’ tall tree* Great for the home enthusiast or commercial grower.