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Carya tomentosa (mockernut hickory)


“Mockernut hickory is the most abundant of the hickories in much of its range, but it reaches its northern limit in southern New England. In mast years, it produces good crops of relatively large nuts, which are an important food for wildlife. Because of the hardness of its wood, most of the harvested wood goes to making tool handles. The Cherokee made much use of mockernut hickory, using the wood to make tool handles and arrow shafts, and the inner bark to make baskets, dress cuts, and make a tea to treat colds and other conditions.” – N.P.T. Go Botany

Carya tomentosa (mockernut hickory)

  • 60′-80′ Height, 30′-40′ Width
  • Full sun to part shade
  • Wet to average soil
  • Keystone Species(Hosts 213+ caterpillars)
  • Spring Bloom
  • Supports Wildlife
  • More attributes coming soon!

Order Online for Pickup at our Westport, MA farm. 

An additional handling charge may be applied at pickup. This is dependent on order quantity.