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- Quercus Phellos Hardy Planting Zone- 3-9 Mature Height- 60-80 ft Width-30-40 Sun or Shade- Full Sunshine
Willow Oak Seedlings
These are native to the eastern and central portions of the United States. These can often be found near bodies of water and will even grow well in areas with poor drainage. It prefers acidic, well-drained soil, but will grow in the poorly drained area. These are deciduous trees, and the foliage will change to a yellow-orange in fall before losing its leaves. The Willow Oak tree is a hardy tree that is known for tolerating harsh and rough environmental conditions. The tree has been referred to many as the “Handsome Tree” mainly because it comes with standout features such as willow-like leaves and spear-shaped foliage. These seedlings usually bloom during the mid-spring season for about 1-2 weeks shortly before the vernal leaves have developed. When growing, the seedlings can multiply rapidly regarding growth rate and size especially when planted in fertile regions.The trees have an attractive appearance when grown in the garden. These trees are mostly grown in golf courses, parks, and along the streets thanks to their striking appearance. They have an excellent light, bright/green foliage color which occurs during the spring, and a bronze-yellow foliage which appears during the fall. Apart from this, their pyramidal shape and thin saucer-like acorns add more attraction. Willow Oak seedlings are easy to grow since they require little caring. The notion behind this is based on the fact that these seedlings can grow in harsh climatic environments such as those affected by pollution and drought. Apart from this, the seedlings are not prone to insect attacks and diseases. The seedlings only require water and a little bit of cultivation help when growing up.