Carya ovalis (Red Hickory)
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In contrast to bitternut hickory, which has yellow buds, red hickory leaves generally have seven leaflets and mature buds that are reddish. The twigs are also thinner than those of the mockernut hickory (Carya tomentosa), a hickory with seven leaflets....
Carya illinoinensis (Pecan, Wild Pecan)
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Carya illinoinensis (Pecan, Wild Pecan) is a deciduous tree that can reach a height of 20–40 metres (66–131 feet) (144 ft). It usually has a spread of (39–75 ft) and a trunk diameter of (6 ft 7 in). In ideal...
Carya laciniosa (Shellbark Hickory)
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The Shellbark Hickory is a high-branching tree with a thin, rectangular crown and a straight, slender trunk. It's a strong, shaggy-barked tree. The nuts are delicious and big. The tree bears nuts after 10-12 years and bears once a year,...