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15:53

LifeStyle

The hidden treasure of the ornamental pecan tree

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

Most people have heard of the Jardín Botánico Histórico de La Concepción, once owned by the Larios family but few will know that it is that family that is believed to have brought the first pecan tree (Carya illinoinensis) to Malaga from the US. ... It was planted as a beautiful ornamental tree and was soon being planted in many residential gardens in Malaga city. The value of the fruit was not recognised in Spain until about thirty years ago when the pecan was planted to replace the citrus ... trees that were no longer profitable. The nut itself is similar to the walnut (Juglans regia) and both belong to the same family but while the walnut comes from China and was taken to Germany in Roman times, the pecan (or American walnut) is native to

10:12

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The cultivation of pecan nuts set to extend across the Guadalhorce

AGUSTÍN PELÁEZ

The pecan nut originates from North America and Mexico however it wasn’t appreciated for its fruit until the nineteenth century when the first pecan plantations were planted in America’s mid west. The pecan (Carya illinoensis) arrived in Europe in ... the sixteenth century as an ornamental tree. It belongs to the Juglandaceae family (hickory). Native American and Mexican Indians ate the pecans during the autumn and the name ‘pecan’ comes from a word they used for any nut that needed to be broken ... open with a stone. In Spain it is grown in the Ebro valley, the Guadalhorce valley and some areas of Murcia. In the Guadalhorce valley, the number of pecan trees is increasing due to the interest shown by producers such as Andrés Rojas, from the