Georgia Pecan Trees: How to Get a Good Crop

Georgia Pecan Trees: How to Get a Good Crop

Did you know that pecan trees can live over 200 years? With the right conditions and care, you can ensure a successful Georgia Pecan Tree. As pecan trees provide so many ample benefits to your property, there’s no wonder why many homeowners are opting to plant...
Pecan Tree Health Guide

Pecan Tree Health Guide

Did you know that Pecan trees usually range in height from 70 to 100 feet, but some trees grow as tall as 150 feet or higher? Even more than that, native pecan trees – those over 150 years old – have trunks more than three feet in diameter. If you have been interested...
Pecan Tree Sales: What You Need to Know

Pecan Tree Sales: What You Need to Know

Young pecan trees need about 10 to 15 gallons of water per week. In order to ensure your new pecan trees yield a good crop, you’ll want to ensure you not only purchase healthy saplings, but that you know how to care for your trees. As with most other plants, there are...
Grow Your Pecan Trees Together, in the Right Conditions

Grow Your Pecan Trees Together, in the Right Conditions

Did you know that it takes approximately 12 years for a pecan tree to fully mature? When grown together and in the right conditions, these trees can grow large and beautiful, provide ample amounts of shade, and of course produce delicious pecans. There’s no...
How to Tell if a Pecan Tree is Healthy When You Buy it

How to Tell if a Pecan Tree is Healthy When You Buy it

Did you know pecan trees grow at a rate of 13 to 24 inches per year? With thousands of mature pecan trees around the US, many groupings of trees can become diseased, sparse and produce erratically. While there can be a variety of reasons a pecan tree dies, or fails to...