Oak Trees

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    Oak Trees

    Posted by Erica Nancy on Aug 29, 2019

    This is a wonderful selection of oak trees.

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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 provides 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 receipt unless weather prohibits. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water daily for the first week after planting.

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Oak Trees are Known for its Many Different Types

 

Oak Trees are Grown in Many Different Condition in a Variety of Growing Zones for their Stately Appearance and Shade Production

 

Oak Trees known as Pin Oak Trees grow in much of the southeastern United States except Florida


1. Pin Oak Trees

 

The Pin Oak tree can grow to be between 60 to 70 feet tall, and it usually has a diameter of about three feet. The spread of the respective tree can be 25 to 45 feet. It can be found in states from Connecticut to Kansas, and as far south as Georgia. You will not see the tree in Florida. It's a wetland tree, and it needs a shallow root system. The tree needs to grow in acidic soils; it shouldn't be grown in limestone soils.

Oak Trees like the Willow Oak are medium size trees that produce acorns for wildlife

2. Willow Oak Trees

 

The Willow Oak tree is a medium-sized tree. It can grow as tall as twenty to thirty feet tall, and the diameter is usually one to 1.5 meters. It can be found in regions from New York to Flordia, and as far west as Illinois. The southern limit of the plant in Texas. Birds and squirrels enjoy getting the acorns off this particular tree. The tree often grows in lowland floodplains. You will often see the plants along streams. You won't find the plant in uplands.

Oak Trees such as Red Oak Trees are found in most parts of the world

3. Red Oak Trees

 

The category of red oak trees covers about 600 species in the world. They can be found in countries and continents around the globe from Africa to Asia to Europe to North America to South America. Depending on the kind of tree that you pick out, the size and diameter of the tree will differ in size and style. The subgenres of the plant are Quercus, Mesobalanus, Cerris, Protobalanus, and Lobatae. If you have any questions about the individual trees, feel free to ask a member of our staff. We will be happy to answer your questions.

 

4. White Oak Trees

 

The white oak tree usually grows as tall as 65–85 feet. The tallest known tree in this respective category is 144 feet tall. The tree can grow to be as old as 450 years old. You can find the tree as far north as Minnesota and as far south as northern Florida. Also, you will see it as far east as Texas.

 

We hope that you can find the oak tree that you're looking for. Good luck with planting the tree!

 

Oak Trees always make a stately appearance in any landscape project. They are merely impressive trees to have for so many reasons. They can provide shade during the summer months and are beautiful in spring and fall. They also attract wildlife of many varieties. They are sturdy and tall trees. They are quite hardy and easy to grow due to their adaptability to different soils as long as moisture and good drainage are provided.

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