Carya ovata

The Shagbark hickory from E North America is a very important nut producer over there, though here we mainly grow it for its large handsome pinnate foliage, turning a very rich butter-yellow in autumn, its medium to large size and its handsome form. The bark is distinctive, becoming pale grey, fissured, then curving away from the trunk in stiff shaggy strips. Suited to most soils.

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