Elliot Pecan is a pecan variety planted predominately in Georgia and Florida. The first Elliot tree was a seedling in the lawn of the American lumberman Henry Elliot in Milton, FL.

Elliot Pecans are now among the most popular pecan varieties in the Southeastern United States. Growers prefer this variety because of its drought tolerant, high level of scab resistance, and consistent nut quality. The buttery, hickory taste of the Elliot pecan also makes the nut a popular addition to specialty snacks and desserts, such as pecan pie. The Elliot have very deep taproots and are also very vigorous.

The nut is distinguishable by its smooth shell and small, tear-drop shape. The Elliot Pecan tree is among the most disease-resistant pecan trees planted in the Southeastern United States.

Grows in zones: 6 – 9

Nuts ripens in early-mid October

Commercial growers love Elliot Pecans because they are drought tolerant, scab resistant and have very consistent nut size and production. You can be sure to get a good harvest of great nuts from Elliot every year, but don’t take our word for it – buy one today and see for yourself!

  • Beautiful shade tree
  • Loads of specialty pecans
  • Reliable producer
  • Great buttery hickory flavor
Growing Zones 6-9
More Information
Botanical Name Carya illinoinensis ‘Elliott’
Foliage Green
Mature Height 70 – 100 feet
Mature Spread 40 – 75 feet
Soil Type Well-drained
Moisture Average
Sun Exposure Full Sun
Growth Rate Medium