White Oak
White Oak (Quercus alba)

White Oak

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Part Number:WhO
  • Height of seedling:Height is measured from the ground to the top of the plant (does not include roots)
  • Purchase Quantity:Sold in groups of 25.

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Size
11-20 inches

White Oak (Quercus alba)   Zones 3-9

Growth Rate: slow  (less than 12" per year)  Height: 50-80'  /  Spread: 50-80'

pH levels: 7.0 or below                                  Soil: prefers moist well-drained upland soils

Sun: full sun                                                   Tolerate:drought tolerant

Fall Color: purplish-red

Flowering Dates: May                                   Seed Dispersal: October

Uses: wood products, acorns provide excellent wildlife food, excellent fire wood.  Provides important habitat for colorful spring warblers.   

Note: Pruning oaks in the dormant season may help to avoid attracting beetles that may carry oak wilt.

These are bare root seedlings. The roots of some seedlings may be trimmed for ease of planting and packaging purposes.     

The price above is listed per individual seedling.  A total price for your seedlings will appear in your cart and at check out.  Shipping cost will be calculated during checkout.




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85% SURVIVED PLANTING AND INTO AUGUST. HOWEVER, THOSE IN FULL SUN LOOK LIKE HELL! THOSE IN AFTERNOON SHADE LOOK GREAT. THE KEY THAT I DISCOVERED TO PLANTING SUCH YOUNG TREES IS TO GIVE THEM SHADE FROM 10-1500 HOURS AND MULCH THEM. THE DEER HAMMERED ABOUT 1/3 THAT DID NOT MAKE IT. SOME HAVE RESPROUTED AND HAVE NEW LEAVES. EVEN ONE OF THE HICKORY, PECAN, AND WHITE OAK THAT GOT MOWED DOWN RESPROUTED AND IS DOING WELL. I'M ORDERING SOME BUR OAK, TO PLACE WHERE THE WHITE OAK DIDN'T MAKE IT, AND TO PLANT ELSEWHERE.
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