Oakley Road, Raymond, MS PHONE: HOURS: Closed to customers until October While we are closed to customers for our Off-Season, we are still taking orders for fruit trees currently in stock and for Fall /Winter pickup for pecan and fruit trees. If planted in the fall, the trees are well-established in the container and there should be little or no transplant shock from a combination of jostled roots, missed irrigation and/or hot weather.
Filter + Sort by Price, low to high Price, high to low Alphabetically, A-Z Alphabetically, Z-A. It is a vigorous, upright growing tree which matures its nuts in about to days.
Osage--a smaller pecan but one which matures even before Pawnee. And finally, Giles, a northern variety which matures early but has fair quality. Q: Concerning Powdery Mildew on pecan trees; I had a serious problem with this in the Fall of Oct 22, Pecan trees (Carya illinoensis) are widely grown in South Carolina mainly for both their tasty edible nuts and shade.
Pecan trees are susceptible to several diseases in our area due to the hot and humid environmental conditions typical of the state.
Fortunately, disease or a combination of diseases never reach a level that kills the tree. The Stuart pecan tree is an old time favorite. This is a stand-out among the pecan varieties, and is one of the most popular pecan trees in the Southeastern US. The Stuart is a hardy, upright tree. It is sturdy and doesn’t need you to fuss over it. It requires less pruning and training compared to its other pecan family members, which leaves 5/5(1).