4 Seeds - White Oak, Quercus Alba, Tree Seeds (Acorns) Fall Color, Hardy, Edible
Common Names: White Oak, Northern White Oak, Stave Oak, Ridge White Oak, Forked-leaf White Oak. Zone: 3 to 9 Growth Rate: Slow Plant Type: Large, long lived deciduous tree Family: Fagaceae (Beech family) Native Range: Eastern United States Height: 50 to 80 feet Spread: 50 to 80 feet Shape: Pyramidal when young; rounded when mature. Bloom Time: May Bloom Color: Yellowish-green
Flower/Fruit: 1" acorn Sun: Full Sun Fall Color: Late, Long lasting shades of deep reds. Drought Tolerance: High Water: Medium to Dry Maintenance: Low Site Requirements/ Soil Tolerances: Best grown in rich, moist, acidic, well-drained loams in full sun. Adapts to a wide variety of soil conditions with good drought tolerance. Culture: Difficult to transplant and establish. Uses: Shade tree, lawn tree, campuses, golf courses, possible street tree where space is sufficient.