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Sumner Pecan Tree
Sumner Pecan Tree

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The Sumner pecan tree is a late ripening cultivar, but the quality of the nuts is often improved, because of the deeply green colored leaves that remain on the trees, sometimes until November.  The taste of this papershell pecan kernel is excellent and typical of most cultivars, except that the kernel is especially oily and crunchy.  The Sumner pecan tree is often confused with the Western Schley pecan variety which is unfortunate.  The nuts on the Sumner pecan tree usually ripen in late October or November.  The Sumner pecan trees are highly recommended by Auburn University, AL specialists.

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I thought it would do better March 29, 2017
Reviewer: Donna Byars from St Petersburg, FL United States  
tree is dead I planted other trees which are fine getting buds off other trees this one Nothing

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