Carya tomentosa is a large tree native across the southeast. It grows best in well-drained soils and is drought tolerant once established. The nuts this tree produces in the fall are popular food for wildlife of all shapes and sizes (from mice to bears), and it is a host plant for several native butterflies and moths. Carya tomentosa works well for restoration projects.
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