Wildlife habitat can be improved by planting hard mast (pecans, oaks, chestnuts) and soft mast (apples, pears, persimmons), as well as plants that are browsed or used for cover. Genetic diversity should be kept in mind when planting by using a variety of species and cultivars.
Wildlife Plot Planting
When planting for wildlife, you should plant species and varieties that will drop their fruit over a long period of time to provide food sources for as much of the year as possible.
Recommended Plants and Trees
Bass Pecan offers a wide selection of trees for wildlife. From common oaks, apples and pears to those not-so-readily found (hybrid oaks, grafted persimmons, mulberries, etc.) we have the trees for all types of plantings.