Carya illinoinensis

Pecan: The largest of the hickories, pecan typically grows 70-100 ft. and can reach 160 ft. It is massive-trunked, with stout branches supporting a symmetrical, oval crown. Slate gray bark remains smooth for years. Pinnately-compound, deciduous leaves are 12-20 in. long with 11-17 leaflets.

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Artist: Schutt, Ellen Isham, 1873-1955 Scientific name: Carya illinoinensis Common name: pecans Physical description: 1 art original : col. ; 17 x 25 cm. NAL note: Watercolor includes these varieties: Bradley; Claremont; Halbert; Mobile; Daisy; Watercolor includes mock up for Yearbook of Agriculture; Assigned specimen number Specimen: [00291]

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Pecan [Carya illinoinensis; Family: Juglandaceae] is a species of hickory, native to south-central North America, in Mexico from Coahuila south to Jalisco and Veracruz; in the United States from southern Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, and Indiana to Virginia, southwestern Ohio, south through Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Florida, and west into New Mexico. "Pecan" is from an Algonquian word, meaning a nut requiring a stone to crack.

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Artist: Heiges, Bertha Scientific name: Carya illinoinensis Common name: pecans Variety: Stuart Geographic origin: Ocean Springs, Jackson County, Mississippi, United States Physical description: 1 art original : col. ; 16 x 25 cm. Specimen: 32578 Year: 1904 Date created: 1904-10-21

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Carya illinoinensis Pecan - Carya illinoinensis is a deciduous Tree growing to 50 m (164ft 1in) at a medium rate. It is hardy to zone 5. It is in leaf 10-Jun It is in flower from Apr to May, and the seeds ripen in October.

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Artist: Schutt, Ellen Isham, 1873-1955 Scientific name: Carya illinoinensis Common name: pecans Physical description: 1 art original : col. ; 17 x 25 cm. NAL note: Watercolor includes: 39876 Wolford; 39872 President; 39926 Sovereign; 39929 Kincaid; 39971, 39934 Mautura Specimen: 39876; 39872; 39926; 39929; 39934 Notes on original: No. 39971 Dup. plate 8. 1907 y-b

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Carya illinoinensis 'Posey'. Posey Pecans are recommended for planting in Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri and Tennessee.

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Artist: Schutt, Ellen Isham, 1873-1955 Scientific name: Carya illinoinensis Common name: pecans Physical description: 1 art original : col. ; 17 x 25 cm. NAL note: Watercolor includes these varieties: Taylor; Kennedy; Hodge; Bolton; Carman; Watercolor includes mock up for Yearbook of Agriculture; Assigned specimen number Specimen: [00292] Notes on original: [first row of specimens]Taylor; [second row] Kennedy; [third row] Hodge; [fourth row] Bolton; [fifth row]…

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