Moreland Pecan – Scab resistant and Paper Shell Nuts!
Moreland pecan trees possess all the qualities we feel the home grower or small grove owner values most. It’s an excellent disease-resistant tree that will produce large, top-quality nuts. In a test grove experiment run by the University of Florida, Moreland ranked with the top six cultivars for North and Central Florida out of 26 possible varieties. Moreland is a paper-shell pecan of the same size and shape as Stuart. The nuts are heavy with excellent kernel fill out. Oil content is extremely high, which gives it an extra rich flavor and good keeping qualities. The trees are upright and willowy. Produces 60 nuts per lb. Type II pecan, pollinate with Caddo, Cape Fear, Jackson or Oconee. Ripens late October. Zones 5A-9A.