White Oak Seedlings
- Latin Name- Quercus Alba Hardy Planting Zone-3-9 Mature Height- 70-100 ft Width-40-50 ft Sun or Shade- Prefers Full Sun
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White Oak Seedlings - Quercus Alba
A stately king, the White Oak Seedlings reaches a height and spread of up to 100 feet and can live for centuries. White Oak Seedlings beautiful, the spreading canopy provides shade along with a stunning autumn display of reds and burgundies. The White Oak Seedlings sturdy branches provide shelter for wildlife, and its acorns provide food for squirrels and deer. The white oak prefers neutral to slightly acidic soil that is moist and well-drained, and it can tolerate moderate drought. White Oak Seedlings is hardy in Zones 3-9, and White Oak Seedlings grows at a medium rate, less than one and up to two feet per year. Long, greenish-yellow flower clusters called catkins appear in the spring. Its simple leaves have finger-like lobes, and in summer they are green with a whitish color on their undersides giving the tree its name. Even though it is a deciduous tree, the White Oak Seedlings may stay on the tree all winter, especially if the tree is young. Also known as the stave oak, white oak is used to make wooden barrels found in distilleries, as well as furniture, flooring, and cabinets because its wood is strong and durable. Adding a white oak to your landscape will provide years of shade and ornamental beauty.
White Oak seedlings can grow into enormous trees. White Oak Seedlings thrive in all types of soils. White Oak Seedlings does wonderfully shade tree during the spring and summer. White Oak Seedlings also provides gorgeous color as the leaves change to bright colors during the fall months. White Oak Seedlings also produces beautiful acorns that are loved by the squirrels and other smaller wildlife. This tree can grow just about anywhere it is planted and needs plenty of room to grow and become healthy.