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  • Distinctive Shaggy Bark: The most distinctive feature of Shagbark Hickory is its shaggy bark that peels away in long, vertical strips. This unique bark provides visual interest, especially in winter when the tree is without leaves.
  • Edible Nuts: Shagbark Hickory produces large, sweet nuts that are edible. The nuts are enclosed in thick husks, and their sweet flavor makes them desirable for both wildlife and humans. This can be a significant selling point for those looking for a productive and ornamental tree.
  • Wildlife Attraction: The large nuts of Shagbark Hickory attract various wildlife, including squirrels, deer, and birds. If creating a habitat for wildlife is a priority, this feature can be highlighted.
  • Fall Color: The foliage of Shagbark Hickory turns golden yellow in the fall, providing a beautiful display of autumn color. This makes it an attractive choice for those who appreciate trees with vibrant fall foliage.
  • Tall and Stately Growth: Shagbark Hickory is a tall tree with a straight trunk, giving it a stately and majestic appearance. Its height and form make it suitable for providing shade in larger landscapes.
  • Adaptability: Shagbark Hickory is adaptable to a variety of soil types, including well-drained soils. Its adaptability enhances its suitability for a range of landscaping conditions.
  • Drought Tolerance: Once established, Shagbark Hickory exhibits good drought tolerance, making it a resilient choice for areas with periodic water shortages.
  • SPREAD 15-17 M 
  • HEIGHT 22-25 M 

Care Instructions

Different plants have different watering needs. Check the soil moisture by inserting your finger about an inch into the soil. If it feels dry, water the plant until the water drains from the bottom of the pot. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.

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