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Southern Red Oak Seedlings

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Latin Name-Quercus falcata Hardy Planting Zone-3-8 Mature Height- 80-100 Width-60-80 Sun or Shade- Full Sun
Status: In Stock
$99.00
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Southern Red Oak Seedlings

Southern Red Oak - Quercus falcata. The Southern red oak, also called Spanish oak, is a fast-growing tree that grows primarily in the southeastern United States. It typically grows up to 80 feet tall with a diameter of up to three feet. Its acorns provide food for several wildlife species such as deer, squirrels, and songbirds. The wood of the Southern red oak is widely used for timber, fuel and leather curing. Because of its immense size and root system, the Southern red oak effectively contributes to soil and watershed stability. Its broad, radial crown makes it a popular tree for street-side landscaping and shade.

The Southern red oak seedling would be an excellent addition to any landscape or curbside. These trees produce a variety of vibrant colors throughout different seasons. They require no maintenance and can survive almost any weather condition. Red oak seedlings are easy to plant and are fast growing. When the seedling grows, the tree will produce an annual seed crop. Satisfaction can be gained while gathering seeds, knowing that you are playing a significant role in persevering the genetic diversity of these trees. These trees live for hundreds of years leaving history for generations to come. These red oak seedlings have been hand selected and inspected to ensure our customers will receive the best. Southern Red Oak Seedlings will grow into huge, stately trees. These are huge trees, and attention must be given to that fact when planting. They are moderate growing trees growing at a rate of 1 to 2 feet per year. They are quite easy to grow because they will adapt well to many soil conditions as long as moisture and good drainage are provided for the root system. They do produce a significant acorn that will attract wildlife to the area.