Pecan Trees - Choctaw #5 Pot

The Choctaw Pecan ripens in late fall and produces unusually thin shelled pecans with a high oil content and a rich flavor. It yields an average of 47 nuts per pound. It is a Type 2 pollinator, which means it should be pollinated with Type 1 pecan trees. Cross-pollinating with another variety will also increase the Choctaw's pecan yield. This variety is hardy in Zones 7-10. Plant pecan trees in the full sun or partial shade and with well-drained soil. Pecan trees will tolerate almost any soil as long as it is well-drained.

MORE INFORMATION: Pecan Tree Growing Guide