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Pecan?

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ChristopherC starts with ...
Anyone grow Pecan Trees in Melbourne - interested to know if they'll do Ok?
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12th November 2015 12:21am
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Markmelb says...
Ive seen a Pecan in Melbourne - I would love to grow one if they ever develop a dwarf Pecan?
They grow far too big (Tall)and need very deep river soil and humidity.

Ok maybe if you have 50 acres on the Jameison River?

This person with the pecan has never tasted them as the Cockys get them first.

You can get smaller walnut Cvs too.
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12th November 2015 9:24am
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Julie W says...
Mark, I'm not in Melbourne, so can't comment on that. But Pecans grow well in the Perth hills, where we have neither deep river soil or humidity.

Our summers are hot and dry and hills soil can vary. I have two which grow well, but I gave up watering them years ago. Why bother when, like the guy you mention, I never get to eat any nuts?
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13th November 2015 8:39pm
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MargieM says...
We're in Geelong and have a very large pecan tree, it does produce nuts tho they're small.. About 3/4 the size. Also need a white sheet under the tree in Autumn to gather as they fall or you'd never see them due to shade and debris
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Mje7720031 says...
Would Daley’s look into producing a dwarf pecan tree?
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12th June 2019 7:12pm
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Julie says...
Mje, I suggest you click on 'contact' or 'shop' on the top left.
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