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- Latin Name- Quercus Montana Hardy Planting Zone-7-10 Mature Height- 60-70 ft Width- 60-70 Sun or Shade- Full Sun
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Chestnut Tree - Castanea
This deciduous tree of the Fagaceae Family thrives in Hardy Planting Zones 5 through 9 depending on the month and dormancy at delivery, with a soil pH level ranging from 4.5 to 6.5. The best in deep, sandy soil but if yours is considerably clay, plant it on a slope. They typically grow to mature at the height of 100ft. (30.48m) And can live as long as 800 productive years beginning their fruitnut yield at 3 to 4 years of age. The Chestnut Tree gives wood for furniture, bark for various industrial uses, and fruitnut for eating as a soup, roasted, or ground for flour, ice cream or cereal, and much more. The aesthetics are delightful, as well. Use it to beautify and stabilize any sunny setting. Landscapers also appreciate Chestnut Trees' artistic presentation with interlacing bark ranging from green to brown, leaves from light to hunter green, and their sweetsmelling flowers shielding the fruitnut with delicate determination.
Chestnut Oak is a native oak tree that can be found in the eastern areas of the United States. This Oak grows well in deciduous hardwood forests of the eastern United States. This tree is known to grow well in dry rocky soils that other trees cannot grow in. Chestnut Oak is a long-living tree that can grow and live for as much as two hundred years. Chestnut Oak is sometimes confused with a similar species to call Swamp Chestnut Oak, but Chestnut Oak has thicker darker bark. The Chestnut Oak and is very popular. Bright, vibrant colors make this tree a fall favorite. The bark on this tree is large and thick which makes it easy to recognize from other oak trees. Deer, birds, squirrels and even humans love the acorns that it produces. The acorns can be made into bread, flour or eaten plain. This tree produces a yellow flower during the early spring months. These Blooms can be pollinated by both bees and butterflies and wind pollination which can carry the light pollen to other blooms.