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White Oak is a large shade tree that can be known for its impressive longevity. This tree can grow as high as 100 feet and can have a dense spread of up to 70 feet providing a large area of shade. White Oak is an essential part of the ecosystem providing small acorns that are main food sources in the winter for squirrels and deer when no green food is available. These trees can be known to live for as long as 300 years, and never stop growing. White Oak grows exceptionally slow and does not even produce acorns until its 20 years in age. This tree will grow massive and will need to be grown far from any house foundations or electric lines. White Oak has golden brown or deep red fall foliage.
Climate Zone: 3 to 9.
Mature Height: 70 - 100 ft.
Sunlight: Prefers Full Sun.
Blooming Season: Spring and early summer
Soil Conditions: Adaptable.
Botanical Name: Quercus alba.
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