Pin Oak Seedlings - Quercus Palustris
The Pin Oak Seedlings has a pyramid shape. It is also known as “Water Oak,” “Spanish Oak,” and “Swamp Oak.” It multiplies and can gain over 24” in height in a single year. They reach heights of 60’-70’. Pin Oak Seedlings leaves are a dark green color and look glossy. Pin Oak Seedlings measure 3”-6” long and have and have five lobes. In the fall the leaves will turn stunning shades of bronze and bright red. In May you will notice yellow-green catkins starting to appear that are about 5”-7” long. This tree also produces 1/2” long acorns that are rounded in shape. The bark on a young Pin Oak is smooth and red-gray. However, as the tree ages, the bark becomes a darker gray with deep fissures.
The Pin Oak Seedlings can grow in moist, acidic well-drained sandy soil and is tolerant to air pollution and wet soil, as well as moderate flooding. However, it cannot tolerate alkaline soils. It needs full sun with at least 6 hours of direct, unfiltered sunlight. These trees are used for their shade since they can block out the sunlight. They are not suitable for small yards. They attract many different songbirds, white-tailed deer, wild turkeys, squirrels, and ducks. Pin Oak Tree Seedlings will grow to be huge trees that will be great for shade. These trees are known to be one of the most common trees in the United States. They are considered to be fast growing trees and will grow at a rate of 3 or more feet per year in the right conditions. These trees are elementary to grow due to their ability to adapt to most soil types. They do need moisture and good drainage around the root system. Once established, these trees are very drought resistant and tolerant of disease and pests.
Pin Oak Seedlings