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Chestnut Oak Seedlings - Package Of 100

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Size 6-12''

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Chestnut oak seedlings are from the United States and are located on the state's eastern side. They are sometimes called "rock oak" because of montane and other rocky habitats. Their color, dark gray-brown, readily identifies them. They are giant trees and the thickest of any eastern North American hardwood.

The Bark Distinguishes The Chestnut Oak Seedlings

The Bark distinguishes them. They are the same as leaves on a swamp type and chinkapin type. They are characterized by the bark only because the bark on the chinkapin type is light ash-gray and flakes off easily.

Wood is reliable and durable, used in construction and fuel fields. The bark on the trees was once used for the leather trade. The acorns are a vital source of food for various forms of wildlife. The acorns on the tree are noticeable, but only once the tree has reached age 20.

This tree has good nuts. These nuts look very weird on the outside—neon green and prickly—but they are brown and shiny on the inside.

Chestnut Oak Seedlings Is A Very Fast Grower

It is a rapidly growing tree that will reach heights of 60’-70'. It is native to the Eastern United States from Maine down to Mississippi and over to Michigan and is winter hardy to zone 4. It needs dry, well-drained soil and can sometimes grow on steep, rocky areas. It needs to be grown in full sun. The tallest one in the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee is over 144' tall!

These chestnut oak seedlings grow very tall, are Perfect for Shade, and Make a Significant Barrier Against the Wind.

The leaves are four ¼" – 7 ½" long with 10-15 rounded lobes on each margin. 2" -3" long flowers will bloom in May. The bark is silvery-white and the thickest of any North American tree. It has broad ridges.

Inside the bark, you will find tannic, used for tanning. the acorn measures about 1" -1 ½" long and looks shiny—these massive trees are used as shade trees.

The Chestnut Oak Seedlings Has Golden Foliage In The Fall Months

It is popular since it grows very tall and is a lovely addition to any landscape. It creates a significant barrier against the wind and is an excellent shade-providing tree. It produces dark green foliage in the spring and summer months, which turns to beautiful yellow leaves in the crisp fall months.

Chestnut Oak Seedlings Are Easy To Maintain

This type is easy to maintain and attracts many different types of wildlife. The large acorns it produces typically drop from early November to early December. These chestnut oak Seedlings are a smaller variety of them. It will appreciate soils that are silt or clay-like in composition but can adapt to others. It will produce acorns that local wildlife finds tasty and have a dark grey-colored bark. It will have bright green foliage during the warmer months and transform into a red wine color for fall.

Mature: 70’-80'

Width: 60’-70'

Shape: Rounded

Growth: Medium

Sunlight: Full sun to partial sun

Soil: Very Moist

Botanical Name: Quercus prinus