- Grows as far north as Zone 5
- Produces good-sized, thin-shelled nuts
- Grows 50-70 ft. tall
- Doubles as a shade tree
- Lustrous, dark green foliage
Did you think pecans were only a Southern delicacy? Think again! You can enjoy the buttery taste of pecans as far north as Zone 5. This tree produces good-sized, thin-shelled nuts. Native to the United States, the Hardy Pecan Tree grows 70 ft. tall at maturity, and its lustrous dark green foliage will provide ample shade. With its large, rounded crown, it's a majestic tree for large landscapes. It grows best in moist, well-drained soils. Plant two Hardy Pecan Trees to ensure pollination. Zones 5-8.