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Pignut Hickory

Pignut Hickory

Regular price $13.79
Regular price Sale price $13.79
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Carya glabra

Commonly known as pignut hickory, is a deciduous tree native to North America. Distinguished by its compound leaves and distinctive hickory nuts, it adds natural charm to landscapes. With a straight trunk and an oval to rounded canopy, pignut hickory provides both shade and visual interest. Well-adapted to various soils, this hardy tree is valued for its wood and as a wildlife habitat. It's a versatile and resilient choice for parks, forests, and naturalized areas.

Origin: Native

Current Sale Size: 2 - 3', bare root seedlings

Soils: Well-drained soils

Moisture: Mesic

Shade Tolerance: Sun to Part Shade

Mature Height: 50 - 80 ft.

Mature Spread: 40 - 60 ft.

Deer Damage Potential: High

Uses: Fall color, wildlife

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