Sources of Pecan Trees and Propagation Wood

John R. Pyzner  |  12/2/2006 3:54:29 AM

Southern Heritage NurseryCP
Fred Herrington
5877 Rosco McGee Rd
Collinston, LA 71229
(318) 348-0249

Dalton WaldropC
741 West Hawthorne
Leesville, LA 71446
(337) 239-2893

Texas Pecan NurseryCBP
P. O. Box 306
Chandler, TX 75758
(903) 849-6203
http://www.texaspecannursery.com

Williams NurseryC
2718 Hwy 575
Newellton, LA 71357
(318) 467-5856

Bob Wells NurseryBC
17160 CR 4100
Lindale, TX 75771
(903) 882-3550
http://www.bobwellsnursery.com

Womack NurseryBP
2551 Hwy 6
DeLeon, TX 76444-9631
(254) 893-6497
pecan@womacknursery.com

Fairmount PlantationCP
230 Fairmount Plantation Road
Colfax, LA 71417
(318) 793-8254
fairmount@bellsouth.net

Simpson NurseriesBC
Hwy 19 S.
P. O. Box 160
Monticello, FL 32345-0160
(850) 997-2516
(800) 874-3571
halseybeshears@mindspring.com

Bill Young C
983 H. Robertson Rd.
DeQuincy, LA 70633
(337) 786-8109

Louisiana Pecans C
208 little Eva Plantation
Cloutierville, LA 71416
(318) 379-0980
anderson@cp-tel.net



Most nurseries have only a limited supply of pecan trees. It may be necessary to place orders for delivery in the fall or following spring. Pecan trees may be available at local garden centers.

This list is furnished for your information with the understanding that no discrimination is intended and no guarantee of reliability is implied.

Contact John Pyzner to add additional tree and scion wood sources to this list.

C – Container trees
B – Bare root trees
P – Propagation wood

Revised November 2006

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