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Saw Tooth Oak Tree makes a good shade tree for the backyard for your family and friends in warmer weather.
The Sawtooth Oak tree is a member of the Beech family.
In the forest, it provides food and shade for wildlife that lives there. This tree is from eastern Asia and was introduced to the United States during the 1920's. The tree is also known to have grown in China, Korea, and Japan
The leaves of the Sawtooth Oak are four to eight inches long. They are shiny green in the summer and turn brown in the fall. They often stay on the tree most of the winter. The tree produces 1-inch acorns with caps as the fruit of the tree. The acorn takes 18 months to mature. The acorns are often attract birds of different species to eat it's acorns.
Sawtooth Oak is a medium sized tree grows quickly. The bark is dark gray with furrows.
It is often planted in North America and Europe.
This tree makes a great shade tree for homes, apartment building, condos or offices building. The perfect tree to put in a picnic or barbecue area.
The Sawtooth Oak is a shade tree with dark green foliage in the summer and fall colors that range from golden brown to clear yellow with dark grey bark. In late summer and fall, it's one-inch acorns attract a variety of wildlife.
The Sawtooth Oak grows best in zones 5 to 9. It's leaves stay on all winter making it a great tree for a wildlife refuge in the winter time. The Sawtooth Oak will grow in any soil except alkaline soil. It grows 40 to 60 feet high and spreads out to 40 to 60 feet. The Sawtooth Oak does best in full sun. The scientific name for the Sawtooth Oak is Quercus Acutissima.
Mature Height:40'-60' high
Growth: Medium to Fast
Sunlight: Full Sun
Soil: It grows in acidic, loamy, moist, and varied soils.
Botanical name: Quercus Acutissima