Swamp White Oak
Swamp White Oak is a large, relatively moderate growing 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 20-30 yrs and with crops produced every 3-5 years in October-November. They will produce an average of 120 cleaned acorns per pound. 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 - form acorns in early spring, mature in early fall
Light requirements: Full sun (6 hrs direct sunlight daily)
Soil type: Acid soils, moist well-drained
Tolerance: Dry sites, occasional drought, wet sites, occasional flooding, alkaline soil, clay soil and road salt.
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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