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Swamp Chestnut Oak

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The Swamp Chestnut Oak can grow up to one hundred feet tall. It can reach six feet in diameter as well.
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Swamp Chestnut Oak

Swamp Chestnut Oak – Quercus michauxii. The Swamp Chestnut Oak tree is seen in southeastern and Midwestern portions of North America. They are common along coastal areas in Texas as well as inland parts like Oklahoma, Illinois and Missouri to name a few. The Swamp Chestnut Oak can easily be mistaken for the Chestnut Oak tree. However, the Swamp Chestnut Oak is visibly larger and can grow to be roughly sixty-five tall. The Swamp Chestnut Oak produces acorns, which livestock are known to eat once they fall to the ground in the fall months. In their known regions, it is common to see the Swamp Chestnut Oak trees lining streets in less-urban areas or as large garden trees.

Swamp Chestnut Oak – Quercus michauxii. The Swamp Chestnut Oak tree is seen in southeastern and Midwestern portions of North America. They are common along coastal areas in Texas as well as inland parts like Oklahoma, Illinois, and Missouri to name a few. The Swamp Chestnut Oak can easily be mistaken for the Chestnut Oak tree. However, the Swamp Chestnut Oak is visibly larger and can grow to be roughly sixty-five tall. The Swamp Chestnut Oak produces acorns, which livestock are known to eat once they fall to the ground in the fall months. In their known regions, it is common to see the Swamp Chestnut Oak trees lining streets in less-urban areas or as large garden trees. The Swamp Chestnut Oak is a deciduous tree that grows to be of medium to large size. It is a low-maintenance tree that produces acorns and chestnut type leaves. It needs lots of room to improve and can tolerate the wind very well. It provides a beautiful canopy which is perfect for giving plenty of shade in the hot summer months. The vibrant green leaves turn a vibrant red hue in the fall and the spring; it produces red and yellow catkins. Mature trees even produce deliciously edible acorns. Birds and smaller animals love to make their home for the protection of the large branches. The dried leaves also make an outstanding quality of mulch.

Swamp Chestnut Oak is Popular for its Height
The Swamp Chestnut Oak Tree is a species of oak that produces large acorns, which are much loved by wildlife and livestock. The wood of the tree can be thinly sliced and is excellent for making baskets. The leaves are broad and straightforward, going from dark green to brown and yellow in fall. The bark is pale gray and scaly, offering a unique texture to the landscape. Mature trees are large, with spreading branches and make excellent shade trees.

The Swamp Chestnut Oak Tree grows to an impressive height
This impressive statue has made it very popular as a tree to line long country drives or to plant in public parks. They may also be grown next to a street to add elegance. These stately trees are a multi-faceted addition to all landscapes.

 

 

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