Figure 3. Zones of adaptation for nut and grape varieties commonly grown in Texas

Pecans
Zone 1: Mohaw, Shoshoni, Cheyenne, Pawnee, Merrimac
Zone 2: Wichita, Western, Cheyenne, Tejas, Mohawk
Zone 3-5: Kiowa, Choctaw, Cheyenne, Wichita, Western, Caddo, Sioux, Desirable
Zone 4-7: Desirable, Choctaw, Sheyenne, Shawnee, Kiowa, Caddo, Cape Fear, Sioux

Walnuts
All Zones: Reda, Fately, Hansen, Broadview

Pistachios
Zones 1-5: Kerman (female), Peters (male)

Chestnuts
Zones 4-6: Nanking, Seedlings, Revival

Grapes
Zones 1-3: Hybrid, Vinifera, American
Zone 2: Vinifera only
Zone 5: American
Zones 4-7: American, Mars, Orlando, Muscadine

Grapes: Hybrids
Aurelia, Mars Seedless, Orlando Seedless, Rayon d'Or, Reliance Seedless, S. V. 12-375, Seibel 7053, Seibel 9110, Vidal 256

Grapes: Muscadines
Cowart, Fry, Higgins, Regale, Summit

Grapes: American
Black Spanish, Champanel, Favorite, Lake Emerald, Norris

Grapes: Vinifera
Black Monukka, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc, Flame Seedless, Muscat Canelli, Sauvignon Blanc, Thompson Seedless, White Riesling

Pierce's Disease-Resistant Hybrids
Blanc du Bois, Orlando Seedless, Roucaneuf, Villard Blanc

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