Don't let the name fool you! Willow Oaks are not related to the Willow Tree, yet they do have willow-like leaves and they both seem to soak up water in the same fashion. This medium to large southern oak has smoothed-edged, bristled-tipped, narrow, green leaves that are 5" long and 1" wide. They turn a lovely shade of yellow-brown to dull gold in the fall. Rounded acorns about a ½" long with a saucer-like cap produce food for various wildlife such as whitetail deer, squirrels, wild turkeys and many more. The Willow Oak Tree is a popular shade tree for large lawns, in parks and along streets. This mighty oak is relatively a fast growing tree and at maturity stands 40'-75' high with a spread of 30'-50'. Willow Oaks are widely adaptable trees but do grow best in rich, moist, well-drained, acidic soil receiving full sun. Hardiness Zones 5-9 Tip: Potted dormant perennials can be kept in a well-lit cool/cold area (ie. Garage, shed, even in a protected area outdoors) until ready for spring planting. Do not allow them to completely dry out. In winter, plants will be shipped dormant.
You are purchasing one Willow Oak tree, in a one gallon trade pot 3 - 4 feet tall. In stock and ready for immediate shipping.
The Willow Oak is a fast growing long lived tree. Mature size (H x W) 40'-75' X 30'-50'. Images of Mature trees. In winter, plants will be shipped dormant.
Willow Oak have smoothed-edged, bristled tipped, narrow, green leaves 5" long and 1" wide. Colors of yellow-brown or a dull gold in the fall
Willow Oaks provide food for wildlife. This tree will grow to be a medium to large shade tree.
All orders to California will be shipped bare root in accordance with state regulations.