Mahan Pecan Tree

Ellis Pecan Tree. Excellent quality, high yields, scab resistant. Bears at young age. Ripens in Oct. 44 nuts per lb. Zones 6-9.

Category: Pecan

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Product Description

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Generally ships from January through April.

The Mahan pecan is a large, slender and thin shelled nut about 2 1/2″ long.  It usually produces about 35 nuts per pound.  The kernels are richly flavored and of very high quality.  The trees grows very fast and is a much earlier producing pecan than most other pecan trees.  The nuts mature late in the season.

The trees range in size from 70 to 150 feet in height with dark green foliage and a spreading canopy. Although Mahan self-pollinates, the tree produces more crops when cross-pollinated with another pecan cultivar. Since the Mahan Pecan Tree sheds its pollen in mid- to late-season, it should be pollinated with an early to mid-season pollen-producing tree.


Additional Information


3-4′ Bare-root, 4-5′ Bare-root

Product Details

Fruit Color: Golden
Fruit Size: Large
Uses: Fresh Eating
Ripens/Harvest: Mid to Late Season
pH: 6.0-6.5
Years to Bear: 4-6 years
Zone Range: 5-9
Plant Spacing: 30' - 50'
Pollination: Self-Fertile but will increase nut production with other variety such as Desirable, Pawnee or Cape Fear
Fruit Yield: 35-40 nuts per pound
Chill Hours: 250
Sun/Shade: Full sun
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