White Oak is a large, relatively slow-growing native tree. It has large leaves with rounded lobes, and a scaling bark. Its large acorns are favored by deer and wildlife because of the low (bitter tasting) tannin content. Begins to bear in 20 or more years, and with crops produced every 2-3 years in October-November. Grows best in richer upland soils through out the eastern U.S.
Size Shipped 1yr old 8-12" container grown - $7.95
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Tree Form: Central Leader
Foliage: Deciduous large, round-lobed leaves
Wildlife: Large acorns very good for deer and game
Acorns - 60-100/lb, low in tannin
Light requirements: Full sun to partial shade
Soil type: Moist upland soils Ph 5.5-7.0
Pruning: Pruning consists of the removal of dead, diseased, or damaged branches maintaining size within your landscape
Hardiness Zone: 4-8
Available at farm for pickup 3-gallon and 15-gallon.
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