Planting shagbark hickory seedlings is more than just practical; it's a lot of fun. These trees have a unique charm with their shaggy bark, adding character to your landscape. Plus, the hickory nuts they produce are a tasty treat, making for a fun and rewarding harvest. Lastly, their tall canopies create perfect shady spots for picnics or a bit of climbing adventure – a delightful addition to any yard.
Mature Height: Can reach 100 feet
Hardiness Zones: 4
Pollination: At least two trees for nut production
Genetic Source: A mixture of the best named cultivar parent trees from Grimo, including Grainger, Neilson, Porter, Weschcke, and Yoder#1
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