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Willow Oak Trees For Sale at Tn Nursery- Low Prices & Guaranteed To Grow
If you want a handsome tree that you can add to your home or office garden, then you may be interested in the Willow Oak Tree. This is a proud tree that grows well in a variety of circumstances. It could add a beautiful source of shade to your backyard as well. At Tennessee Wholesale Nursery, we are experts on the Willow Oak, the count on us to find the top tree for your landscape.
What Does the Willow Oak Tree Look Like?
The Willow Oak has a stately appearance. During the Spring, the Willow Oak begins to bloom. Its leaves have a light green color. Then, during the summer, the leaves begin to dark in. As the temperature cools off in the fall, the leaves turn yellow. As fall turns to winter, the yellow leaves turn brown. The changing colors make the Willow Oak popular among businesses and residential locations.
Even though the Willow Oak prefers what soil, it will also grow well and dry soil. It grows faster than most other trees. It prefers to grow in areas with lots of sunlight. When the Willow Oak reaches full height, it usually stands between 40 and 60 ft tall. In addition, its leaves, branches, and roots spread approximately 35 feet from the center. It prefers to grow in hardiness zones five through nine, meaning that it grows well in the Southeast. This includes Tennessee.
Why Do People Like the Willow Oak Tree?
The Willow Oak is one of the most popular trees in the area. A few reasons why include:
- This is a tree that provides great color throughout the entire year. The leaves start out with a bright green color in the spring. They darken and turn to yellow in the fall. Then, they turn brown and red as fall turns to winter.
- The leaves have a cool shape as well. They look like Spears and are approximately 2 to 5 inches long.
- This tree also produces acorns with a thin, saucer appearance to them.
- It transplants easier than a lot of other trees, meaning you can even take it with you if you prefer.
- The Willow Oak grows well in both wet and dry soil, making it easy to care for.
The acorns coming from the Willow Oak are also an important food source for a variety of plants. Examples include Wood Ducks, Mallards, deer, and squirrels.
Call TN Wholesale Nursery for the Willow Oak!
You could have a beautiful tree that can complete your landscape in your home or office garden. That is where the Willow Oak can be helpful. At Tennessee Wholesale Nursery, we are proud to offer the Willow Oak. Our Willow Oak trees are second none. They will grow quickly, provide plenty of shade for your backyard, and inject some color into your landscape. To learn more about the Willow Oak, give us a call! Our plant and tree experts are here to help!