Swamp Chestnut Oak Seedlings
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- Latin Name- Quercus Michauxii Hardy Zone- 7-10 Mature Height- 100-120ft Width- 60-70ft Sun Or Shade- Full Sun
- THIS PLANT CAN NOT SHIP TO THE FOLLOWING STATES:
- CA, FL
Here's how your plants will look on arrival. All plants are dormant with no leaves or foliage.
Swamp Chestnut Oak Seedlings - Quercus Michauxii.
Swamp Chestnut Oak Seedlings is a great tree that is durable and long living. The Swamp Chestnut Oak Seedlings is prevalent, mostly because of the height it brings to the landscape. Swamp Chestnut Oak Seedlings is excellent for wind blocking and will also bring some added shade to the landscape area. The Swamp Chestnut Oak Seedlings foliage will be dark green in the spring and summer and quickly transform into yellows for the fall season. Swamp Chestnut Oak Seedlings, or Quercus michauxii, has earned many other names such as Cow Oak based on the fact that their acorns are relatively sweet and commonly fed to livestock, but they are also referred to as Basket Oak, as the wood readily splits into long strips that make it ideal for basket weaving. Swamp Chestnut Oak Seedlings is a fast-growing tree is perfect to enjoy all season long, as it's simple, semi-oval shaped leaves change from a vibrant green to beautiful hues of golden yellows and bright reds in the autumn months, giving your landscape ablaze of colors, yet also providing cool relieving shade from the sun in the hot summer months. Swamp Chestnut Oak Seedlings sturdy branches are excellent for blocking out winds and are covered in a thick, scaly, light gray colored bark. This species of oak tree is easy to maintain, has a long-life span, durable, and attracts many types of wildlife making them a popular choice for gardeners. In early November to early December, the massive acorns begin to drop and draw the attention of various mammals that enjoy eating them as a source of food in the late fall. The Swamp Chestnut Oak Seedlings is a great addition to any gardener who wants to bring a bit of the forest to their landscape.