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Chestnut Tree


Chestnut Tree

Ships In Fall (Near End of October)


Product Description

Chestnut Oak


Chestnut Oak is a native oak tree that can be found in the eastern areas of the United States. This Oak generally 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 call Swamp Chestnut Oak but Chestnut Oak has thicker darker bark.  


Acorn Bread 

Ingredients needed- 

1 cup of freshly made acorn meal 

3 teaspoons of baking powder 

1 teaspoon of salt 

3 tablespoons of sugar 

1 cup of standard white flour 

1beaten egg 

1 cup of regular milk 

3 tablespoons of oil 

Directions – 

1.Begin making the acorn bred by mixing together the acorn meal, sugar, flour, salt, and baking powder. Then Mix together the Egg, oil and milk in a separate bowl. 

2. Next stir liquid mix into the dry much gently and make sure to get it well mixed. Pour batter in to a well-greased baking pan. 

3. Place the pan into an oven set on 400 degrees Fahrenheit for as long as thirty minutes. 

4. When brown and cooked remove from oven and top with butter.  

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 pollinaition  which can carry the light pollen to other blooms.


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