Chinkapin Oak (Quercus muehlenbergii) Zones 3-9
Growth Rate: slow (less than 12" per year) Height: 50'-75' / Spread: 50'-70'
pH levels: 6.5 and above Soil: Well drained, adaptable to conditions.
Sun: full sun Tolerate: Acidic, Alkaline, Loamy, wet, clay, sandy, deer
Fall Color: Varied but usually shades of yellow and brown.
Flowering Dates: May - June Seed Dispersal Dates: September - October
Uses: firewood, provides food and cover for wildlife and birds, such as Turkey, Blue Jay, Grouse, Deer and Wood Duck. Planted along bottomlands of dry bluffs, ridge tops and rocky slopes
Note: Usually grows to medium sized tree in Iowa and is
sporadically found. Leaves are toothed
and not lobed like other oaks. Acorns
are smaller than most oaks. Bark is thin
like the white oak. Strong tree, good
for wildlife food and windbreaks.
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.