Pignut Hickory

Carya glabra
  • Light Full Sun Partial Sun Shade
  • Growth Rate Growth Rate Slow
  • Height Height 50 to 80
  • Width Height 25 to 40
  • Wildlife Attracts Bees and Other Pollinators Attracts Birds Attracts Butterflies / Moths

A relatively common canopy tree of upland woodlands. Growth like most hickories is very slow, often only 1 foot per year. The nut is edible albeit rather bitter (I would stick to pecans). A wider range of wildlife favor this nut relative to bitternut hickory. Like most hickories, pignut hickory attracts a wide range of butterflies and moths.

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Description

A relatively common canopy tree of upland woodlands. Growth like most hickories is very slow, often only 1 foot per year. The nut is edible albeit rather bitter (I would stick to pecans). A wider range of wildlife favor this nut relative to bitternut hickory. Like most hickories, pignut hickory attracts a wide range of butterflies and moths.

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Dimensions 6047483221 × 60474843220 cm
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