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Jun 28, Florida produces from five to ten million pounds of pecans annually. While the nut is what instantly springs to mind, the tree is also valuable for its lovely dark green foliage. Pecan trees drop their leaves in the winter, and can grow to seventy feet tall. Plant your pecan during the colder months to allow for root growth before spring. Pecan trees are very large and are capable of reaching 70 or more feet in height and 6 feet in trunk diameter. Pecan leaves are alternate and odd pinnate.

Pecan leaves consist of between 9 and 15 leaflets. Flowers are unisexual (i.e. male and female flowers are separate). Nov 18, The pecan is a species of hickory and so is a broadleaf tree. It has distinctive flat compound leaves. This means that rather than one large flat leaf, there are multiple leaflets grouped together along the end of the stem. The pecan tree bears between nine and 17 of the these leaflets, with an even number placed directly opposite one another travelling along the edges of the stem and one /5(K).

Knock mature pecans off the trees with long poles. Harvest the nuts as soon as they fall to the ground, usually from late September through November. Pick through the nuts and discard any that are. Pecan tree leaves eventually grow up to 12 to 20 inches in length during the growing season, and resemble fern leaves. Each leaf contains 11 to 17 leaflets. Once the leaves appear, small yellow flowers bloom next, helping to pollinate the tree so that it produces fruit if the tree is old enough. Advertisement.





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