To find some sources of where to buy pecan trees is quite easy, however you will need to ensure that the tree variety that you choose or select, can thrive and adapt to your specific location or area even if you are buying from a local nursery. Some pecan tree varieties are generally known for surviving and thriving in some specific localities and areas than others.
A pecan tree should ideally be chosen or selected based on its pollination requirements, tolerance to cold, resistance to pests and diseases (especially if you are in an area that is prone to these) and the length of its growing season.
Where To Buy Pecan Trees: Resources
A great place to start browsing trees is right here, just head over to our pecan tree sales page and check out some great deals on different varieties of trees.
In addition, the following resources have some compiled lists of offline and online pecan tree nurseries and sources where you can easily buy a tree:
You may have to place your order(s) early or at a specific period of time in order for it to be fulfilled, since some nurseries may run out of some specific type of pecan tree varieties that are quite popular very quickly.
You can also buy your tree from the following online stores:
Your climate will generally play an important part in determining if your tree will survive and/or bear some nuts. A hardiness zone is typically defined as a geographically area with specific climatic conditions that are conducive for the growth of some specific types of plant life. Pecan trees can generally grow in some warmer climates, some varieties can also grow in some cooler climates too.
Each pecan tree that is on sale should generally come with some specifications about the tree type, variety, hardiness zone range, height etc. Hence once you have reviewed some tree sources/nurseries and have decided on where to buy pecan trees, you will need to ensure that you only choose a tree that is within the recommended hardiness zone for your area.