This plant is restricted for shipment to California, Oregon and Canada. Latin: Quercus alba Other common names: White oak, fork-leaf white oak, stave oak Mature Height: 80-100 ft. as wide or wider, than tall, leaves are 4" to 8" long Soil/Climate: A native North American tree, the white oak prefers full sun, but has a moderate tolerance to partial shade. It can adapt to a variety of soil textures, but prefers deep, moist, well-drained soils, slow-growing Notes: White Oak is a superior shade tree for a large area like golf courses, cemeteries and parks. It is one of the most attractive oaks, long-lived and desirable. The wood is used for a number of things including flooring, furniture, interior finishing and cabinetmaking. It's cellular structure makes it water and rot resistant and because of this is used for wine barrels. Wildlife: The acorns are much less bitter than the acorns of red oaks. They are small relative to most oaks but are one of the best food sources for birds, hoofed browsers, and rodents such as turkeys, wood ducks, pheasants, grackles, jays, nuthatches, thrushes, woodpeckers, rabbits, squirrels and deer.. The leaf buds also are eaten by several different birds and all parts of the tree are a favorite deer food.
10 White Oak (Quercus alba) 6-12" seedlings
Shipped directly from grower
Bare root seedlings