Oak Tree

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Product images are for reference; the delivered plant will look different depending on the gallon chosen. Height estimates are overall. Ball of Ground price is starting from and depends on height. Ball of Ground heights are estimates; call to know sizes we have available.

A symbol of strength and endurance, the oak tree stands tall in many landscapes, revered for its majestic presence, expansive canopy, and the ecological benefits it provides. Part of the genus Quercus, oak trees boast over 600 species, each with its distinct characteristics but all sharing a common grandeur. Depending on the species, oaks can have a slow to moderate growth rate. While some species might take years to establish, once mature, they can reach impressive heights of 50-100 feet or even taller. Oaks thrive in full sunlight, which aids in their robust growth and overall health. They are adaptable but perform best with ample sunlight. Young oak trees benefit from regular watering to help establish their root systems. Once matured, most oak species are relatively drought-tolerant, though they still appreciate deep watering during prolonged dry spells. Well-draining soil is crucial to prevent root rot. The oak tree is celebrated for its broad, lobed leaves which turn various shades in autumn, depending on the species – from bright reds and oranges to deep browns. Acorns, the tree’s fruit, are not only iconic but also serve as a vital food source for various wildlife. Given their potential size and extensive root systems, it’s essential to plant oaks in a location where they have ample room to grow, both above and below the ground. Oak trees are more than just landscape features; they’re legacies. Given the right conditions, they can live for hundreds of years, providing shade, habitat, and memories for generations. Whether standing solitary in a field or as a cornerstone of a woodland area, the oak tree is a testament to the beauty and resilience of the natural world.

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