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If you want a lot of nuts fast—Cape Fear Pecan Tree is your tree!
The Cape Fear pecan variety is a native to North Carolina. It will begin producing nuts in a few years as a young tree, and will continue to produce consistently every crop year.
The Cape Fear Pecan is a strong cultivar, featuring rigorous and upright growth with an open habitat. It will produce well-filled nuts on average 58 nuts per pound with 55% kernel.
This particular cultivar is known for its exceptional quality and excellent pecan disease resistance to things like pecan scab. The Pecan Tree’s graceful and shapely appearance lends an elegant feel to any landscape and offers a beautiful shady area that is perfect for sitting under on a hot summer day.
Cape Fear Pecan Pollination
Cape Fear Pecan Tree is a type-1 Pollinator and requires a type-2 to pollinate. The tree produces best with other pollinating varieties like Elliot Pecan, Mandan Pecan, Kanza Pecan, and Sumner Pecan cultivars. Cape Fear will typically ripen in the late October growing season like the other pecan varieties.
As this variety matures, pruning may be required to ensure nut quality remains high quality due to overproduction. The pollen sheds from late April to early May to begin nut production. This tree is known to help cross-pollinate all the other pecan trees in your area.
This pecan tree variety can grow up to 60-80 feet tall with a 30-40 feet wide branch spread. Grow across the southern United States in full sun in USDA growing zones 6-9.
This fruit tree does not ship bareroot for the health of the trees. Plant the tree as soon as it arrives with a thorough watering.
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Growing Zones 6, 7, 8, 9
Please to be able to grow our own pecans! What a beautiful tree we received! Thank you!
The trees came sooner than expected, and were alive. So far so good. I have not had to water them because of the rain we have been getting. They are growing and appear to be healthy.
Hi Stephen. Happy to hear everything is going well and your Cape Fear Pecan Tree | Type 1 Pollinator is enjoying that rain. We truly appreciate your business.