Pecan Nut Cluster surrounded by yellow and green autumn leaves

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Pecan Nut Cluster surrounded by yellow and green autumn leaves

By Amy Grant If you’re nuts about nuts, you might be considering adding a nut tree to your landscape. Nuts do very well anywhere where winter temperatures rarely fall below -20 F. (-29 C.). This makes growing nut trees in zone 9 at the southern range of the scale since you’re looking for hot weather loving nut trees. Don’t despair, however, as there are plenty of nut trees suited for zone 9. Read on to find out what nut trees grow in zone 9 and other information regarding zone 9 nut trees. What Nut Trees Grow in Zone 9? Yes, there are fewer choices of nut trees for zone 9 than there are for northern growers. But the northerners can’t always grow macadamias either like those in this zone can. You also have the glorious options of growing any of the following nut trees: Pecans Black walnuts Heartnuts Hickory nuts

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