Red Oak Trees

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  • Southern Red Oaks

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We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.

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We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

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Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.

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 Are you looking for a gorgeous tree for your home or office garden? If so, consider the Red Oak Tree. There are not a lot of trees that an compare to the Red Oak.

This tree is known for having an open canopy. While the Red Oak usually reaches 70 to 80 feet in height in a garden, wild Red Oak trees can grow much taller.

In addition, there are dozens of species of Red Oaks. The two most common species in the United States are the southern Red Oak and the northern Red Oak. The southern Red Oak is common throughout the Midwest and plays a significant role in the timber industry. Because the Red Oak is so strong, it is commonly used for timber, flooring, and furniture. How do you take care of a Red Oak?

Taking Care of a Red Oak Tree

Once you have your Red Oak planted, you should take care of it properly. Fortunately, the Red Oak doesn't require a lot of work! As long as the tree has sunshine, you should be all set!

There is a good chance that your soil is moist enough to support your Red Oak!

If you want to show your Red Oak plenty of love, then you should take full advantage of its best features! The Red Oak can:

  • Support a tire swing from one of its thick branches
  • Provide you with plenty of shade during the summer
  • Act as a fun jungle gym for your children
  • Make the perfect backdrop for a fun Christmas card
  • Provide plenty of delicious acorns for local wildlife

The Red Oak is among the most versatile trees out there! There is a never-ending list of fun ideas for the Red Oak, which has made this tree one of the best options for your garden!

Visit Tennessee Wholesale Nursery for the Best Red Oak Trees!

If you want your yard to make a statement, then consider the Red Oak! The Red Oak Tree is beautiful and stately! This tree doesn't require much work, either.

The Red Oak grows well under almost any condition, making it almost no maintenance for you! At Tennessee Wholesale Nursery, we are proud to have the best Red Oaks around! Our plant and tree team will help you find the best Red Oak for your home or office! Contact us today!

If you like to watch the leaves change during the summer, then you might want to plant a Red Oak Tree in your office or home garden. It is an excellent addition to your landscape because it makes a robust and sturdy appearance.

It is also a tree that grows well in various environmental conditions. While the northern Red Oak grows well in zones 3 to 7, the southern Red Oak grows well in zones 6 to 10. How much maintenance does the Red Oak require?

The Red Oak Does Not Require Much Maintenance

While you do need to water your Red Oak regularly after it is first planted, it doesn’t require any supplemental irrigation after that. The Red Oak is a tree that grows well in just about any soil condition.

It grows well in the wild, particularly in the Southeast, so it should grow well in your yard as well! You might want to prune the tree so that it grows in the right shape for your yard; however, this is not always necessary. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy the Red Oak!

Why Should You Plant a Red Oak Tree in Your Yard?

There are several reasons you should plant a Red Oak in your yard. The top features include:

  • The Red Oak can provide a symphony of beautiful colors that rotate throughout the year between red, orange, yellow, bronze, and green.
  • You can use the Red Oak as a reliable source of shade when the weather gets hot outside.
  • The towering Red Oak can be a great playpen for your children.
  • You can support local wildlife, such as deer and squirrels, which will love the acorns that drop from it during the year.

Take advantage of these beautiful Red Oak features and plant one in your yard today!

Call TN Wholesale Nursery for a Healthy Red Oak Tree!

If you are looking for a healthy tree to add to your landscape, consider going with the Red Oak. It is a robust and hearty tree that multiplies and lives for decades.

For this reason, the Red Oak could be the anchor that brings your entire home or office garden together! At TN Wholesale Nursery, we can work with you, helping you find the perfect Red Oak for your property! Contact us today!

 

 
 
 

 

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