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  • Exposure
    Full Sun
  • Height At Maturity
    Over 25 Feet
  • Planting Zones
    5-9
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    Bare-root
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    Mid November
  • Usage
    Landscaping

Black Oak Seedlings - Package Of 100

Sale price$99.99

Size 6-12''

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Black Oak Seedlings Plant Description: Quercus Kelloggii is part of the Red Oak family. It will grow in all slope and aspect positions but prefers large yards and fields with ample sunlight.

Wildlife Loves Black Oak Seedlings

The nuts or acorns produced are favorites of birds, small rodents, turkeys, deer, insects, squirrels, and sometimes people. Cavities in the tree are preferred homes for tree squirrels, woodpeckers, owls, and even American black bears. The tree also provides timber and shelter.

Black Oak Seedlings Are Used As Dyes

The inner bark layers are yellow and orange and are sometimes used to make dyes. Quercus kelloggii is a popular choice for landscaping projects by government agencies and commercial entities.

Hardy Planting Zone- U.S.D.A. Zone 3 through 9

The Foliage Of The Black Oak Seedlings Are Firey Red In Spring

The leaves bud in April and turn dark brown, orange, and red before dropping off the tree in the fall. The nuts mature from October to early November. Nut production begins after about 20 years and continues up to approximately 75 years of age.

Bloom Color: The leaves are shiny deep green on the upper surface and yellowish-brown on the lower. The tree produces light green acorns that turn brown after about two years of maturation. The bark darkens over time.

Height at Maturity: The tree seedlings can reach 82 to 118 feet, depending on the climate. It could grow faster by 18-22 inches per year.

The Black Oak Seedlings Thrives In Acidic Soil

Black Oak trunks are usually bare of branches up to 39 feet. Some species can live as long as 500 years. Soil Type Preferred: Well-drained and acidic soil that can thrive in clay or sandy soil. It will tolerate dry, poor soil. Sun or Shade: It prefers direct sunlight over shade for optimum growth.