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Carya illinoinensis

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Carya illinoinensis - Pecan

Pecan

FAMILY: JUGLANDACEAE

About Pecan at OSU's Landscape Plants site

  • Native to south-central U.S. and Mexico.

  • Height can exceed 170’.

  • Leaves are compound with 11-17 leaflets.

  • In Portland the nuts do not ripen because of cool summer nights.

  • Tree has both male and female catkins.

  • No significant fall color. Foliage remains into November.

  • Very rare in Portland.

Tree #LocationDimensionsPhoto and Notes
194

Woodstock Park

Portland Parks & Recreation

45' Height

54' Spread

6.4' Circ.

This tree is in Woodstock Park, on the west side, along SE 47th Ave.

Carya illinoinensis - Pecan
195

Woodstock Park

Portland Parks & Recreation

37' Height

58' Spread

5.7' Circ.

This tree is in Woodstock Park, on the west side, along SE 47th Ave.

Carya illinoinensis - Pecan
271

3329 SE Madison St

Private, Side Yard

70' Height

60' Spread

7.5' Circ.

Carya illinoinensis - Pecan