University of Illinois Extension
University of Illinois Extension - Selecting Trees for Your Home
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Shagbark Hickory
Carya ovata
Shagbark Hickory form
Size:

Small

Medium
Size: large
Large
Exposure/ Light Requirements:
Full Shade not required.
Full Shade
Full Sun required.
Full Sun
Partial Sun/Shade not required.
Partial Sun/Shade
Pests and Problems:

Environmental Damage

Fungal Disease

Insect Damage


Hickory bark beetle.
Hardiness Zone: 4 - 8 
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Mature Height: 60-80 Feet
Features: Loose shaggy bark and yellow to bronze fall color.
Culture: Full sun; best in moist soils, toleratessome dryness; prefers slightly acid soil pH.
Mature Form: Narrow, oval form.
Native To: United States (and Illinois)
Soil Conditions:
Soil condition: DryDry
Soil condition: Moist, Well-DrainedMoist, Well-Drained
Wet
Tolerance:
Alkaline Soil
Tolerance: Dry SitesDry Sites
Salt
Soil Compaction
Wet Sites
Tolerance: WindWind
Uses:
Massing
Patio
Screen
Use for: Shade.Shade
Use for: Specimen.Specimen
Street
Wind Break
Foliage Color: Green
 
Fall Foliage Color: Brown
Yellow
 
Additional Notes: This tree is difficult to transplant due to a deep taproot. The size of the tree limits its use in many landscapes.The nuts can be messy when they fall.

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