The Creek is one of the Indian varieties of pecan tree that originated in Brownwood, Texas by the U.S.D.A.
It produces oval shaped nuts that are long and narrow. The Creek is very precocious and will bear large harvests early in its life.
The Creek pecan tree is low maintenance due to its improved resistance to diseases like pecan scab.
Creek should be cross-pollinated with a Type II pecan tree such as the Forkert, Stuart or Sumner.
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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 6, 7, 8, 9 Tree Type I Nuts per lb. 55 Kernel % 48 Disease Resistance Moderate Cross-pollinate Forkert, Stuart , Sumner