Wichita Pecan

Carya Illinoensis 

The Wichita Pecan is a medium growing upright deciduous fruit tree.

It is a great pollinator with the Western Schley Pecan. The Wichita will have to have a Western Schley to produce.

The Wichita Pecan produces large fruit that have purplish black stripes. They have a very rich quality flavor and they ripen around October or November.

This description is based on our observations and research of this plant growing in our hot Arizona climate. We would love hearing from anyone who has any additional experience with this plant in Arizona.