Swamp White Oak
Swamp White Oak Tree lives long
The swamp white oak tree is one of the largest and most durable trees. It is also among the most attractive as well with great shape, pretty leaves and a very sturdy trunk. The tree has green leaves that are about 3 inches. These leaves have a distinct shape that have a pointed oval structure. This tree’s branches expand to about 15 feet wide. As far as height goes, this tree grows to about 20 feet high. It has a very durable trunk with very strong bark. When looking to make this tree as part of your landscaping, it will be in your best interest to plant it in either a field or a yard that is at least 100 square feet. This way it will have plenty of space to grow and stand out.
Scientific Name: Quercus bicolor, Swamp White Oak Tree
USDA Climate Zone: 4 - 8
Tree Height: 65 - 85 feet
Tree Spread: 60 - 70 feet
Soil Type: Moist Soil
Sun: Full/Partial Sun
The Swamp White Oak Tree grows to be one of the smallest of the oaks
It is native to North America's midwest and northeast. Though small, it can often live to be 300 years old or more! The acorns of this oak often help to attract wildlife like deer and turkey to your area.