Hello from Oregon,
It is so exciting to see others from Oregon as well. To answer your tree question, I know that in my area we have tons of trees like that. Walnut, etc, so I am sure you can also grow the Pecans. Good luck, and good to see another Oregonian.
Pecans require another tree for good pollination. Oftentimes to have the best crop, the trees need to be somewhat matched with their pollination times. It is one important thing that the nurseries dont talk a lot about. So, a tree growing and even growing well will not necessarily bear a good(great) crop of nuts.
Hi all! Seems like there are a number of Oregon folks here....
Valent, thanks for the advice. VBG
I had planned to plant at least two pecan trees...maybe three if I have enough space. Also want to plant a couple of butter or heartnuts.
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