Black Oak Seedlings - Quercus velutina
The Black Oak Seedling is a tree that grows in the South Eastern part of the United States. A yellow oak is what these trees used to be called because of the yellow color of the inner bark. Black Oak Seedlings leaves are typical for growing on a twig on each of the branches, and the u-shaped branches help create a great cover. These trees are generally associated with the forest cover. These trees have acorns in the fall, and then they change leaf colors. These are simple trees and can grow in many types of soil.
Black oak seedlings grow beautifully on land that is rich and moist, although they will also live several hundred years on sandy, dry ground if watered regularly and if the soil drains well.
Black Oak Seedlings do well on both flat ground and slopes and will thrive on land that gets lots of light ultimately growing shiny broad green leaves. As Black Oak Seedlings grow, the black oak becomes a consistent seed producer as well as a tree that produces both pretty hanging catkins and an abundant crop of acorns. Acorns will appear every year and will mature every two.
This makes the Black Oak Seedlings an excellent choice for those who love to attract the local wildlife as squirrels, deer, and birds will appear to eat the acorns as they fall.
Black Oak Seedlings are well recognized for the dark black bark and beautiful foliage that it will provide in a landscape. The Black Oak Seedlings will grow in just about any soil compositions. Black Oak Seedlings leaves are a dark green color and will provide a fantastic backdrop for other plants and flowers in the garden area. It is also great for adding shade.
Black Oak Seedlings