One of the many Indian varieties of pecan tree created in Brownwood, Texas by L.D. Romberg. The Choctaw grows to maturity at an average rate and makes a wonderful yard tree because of its beautiful foliage.
It has resistance to pecan scab and high yields of large, top-quality pecans.
The nut from the Choctaw pecan tree has an egg shape to it as well as a thin shell structure which is great for shelling.
At 58% kernel and 37 nuts per pound, the large, creamy, golden kernels of the Choctaw are just right for roasting.
Choctaw should be cross-pollinated with a Type I pecan tree such as the Jackson, Oconee or Desirable.
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Note: Trees can not be shipped to Arizona, California and Oregon. We prune trees before shipping.
Heat Sensitive No Growing Zone 7, 8, 9, 10 Tree Type II Nuts per lb. 37 Kernel % 58 Disease Resistance High Cross-pollinate Desirable, Jackson, Oconee