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Water Oak Seedlings

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Water Oak Seedlings, Quercus Nigra is an Incredible Shade Producing Deciduous 

The tree will grow 24 or more every year until it reaches 65 feet or more once it matures. This tree can grow in areas many trees cannot. Partial shade to full sun is preferred, along with wet and well-drained soils. The water oak makes a dramatic statement with very little care.

Water Oak Seedlings, Quercus Nigra Can Grow where Many Trees Cannot and is a Perfect Addition to Your Landscaping for Incredible Curb Appeal

Water Oak, also known as Quercus Nigra, is a perfect tree to plant in the front yard for incredible curb appeal. The water oak is also an excellent addition to any backyard due to the shade provided by the canopy. During the spring and summer, the foliage is a beautiful and vibrant green. The large leaves turn vibrant colors every fall in shades of deep orange and red. Water Oak seedlings, also. This is a perfect tree to plant in the front yard for incredible curb appeal. The water oak is also an excellent addition to any backyard due to the shade provided by the canopy. During the spring and summer, the foliage is a beautiful and vibrant green. The large leaves turn vibrant colors every fall in shades of deep orange and red. Hardy planting zones are 6-9.

The growth rate on this tree can be up to 24 inches or more a year. The water oak is a rather large tree. Once it reaches full maturity, it can grow up to 65 feet or more. They prefer well-drained, wet soils and can grow where most trees cannot. Full sun and partial shade are preferred for this tree to grow at its best. Hardy planting zones are 6-9. The growth rate on this tree can be up to 24 inches or more a year. The water oak is a rather large tree. Once it reaches full maturity, it can grow up to 65 feet or more. They prefer well-drained, wet soils and can grow where most trees cannot. Full sun and partial shade are preferred for this tree to grow at its best.

 

Water Oak Seedling, Quercus Nigra is For Sale at TN Wholesale Nursery with Low Prices and Fast Shipping

 

This tree has a large canopy and can provide you with lots of shade. The foliage will stay green in the spring and summer months but will turn vibrant colors in the fall. The leaves are large and can grow up to 6 inches long.The Water Oak, also known as Quercus Nigra, is an excellent tree to plant in the front yard to add instant curb appeal. The shade given by the canopy of the water oak makes it an excellent addition to any backyard. The foliage is a gorgeous and brilliant green in the spring and summer.

Every fall, the giant leaves turn beautiful colors of rich orange and crimson. It is a great tree to put in the front yard to add instant curb appeal. The shade given by the canopy of the water oak makes it an excellent addition to any backyard. The foliage is a gorgeous and brilliant green in the spring and summer. Every fall, the giant leaves turn beautiful colors of rich orange and crimson. Planting zones 6-9 are considered hardy. This tree's annual growth rate can reach 24 inches or more. The water oak is a substantial tree. These plants can reach a height of 65 feet or more.

They prefer moist, well-drained soils and may thrive in places other trees cannot.  The optimal conditions for this tree's growth are full sun and partial shade. Planting zones 4-10 are considered hardy. This tree's annual growth rate can reach 24 inches or more. The water oak is a substantial tree. They prefer moist, well-drained soils and may thrive in places other trees cannot. The optimal conditions for this tree's growth are full sun and partial shade. The tree leaves feature a lobe that seems like a drop of water hanging from the leaf's end, making it easy to recognize. Each leaf has a dull green to the bluish-green top and a paler bluish-green bottom. Rusty-colored hairs run along the veins on the lower portion of the leaves.

 

This tree has a huge canopy that provides plenty of shade. The foliage will remain green in the spring and summer. But it will transform bright hues in the fall. The leaves are big, reaching up to 6 inches in length. The tree will grow 24 feet or more every year until it develops to 65 feet or more. This tree can grow in places where other trees can't. Wet and well-drained soils, as well as partial shade to full sun, are desirable. With little effort, the water oak makes a striking impression. People in the southern states have been using water oak for lumber and fuel since the 17th century. The wood is commonly sold as "red oak," but it is sometimes combined with wood from other red oaks. White-tailed deer, eastern grey squirrel, raccoon, wild turkey, mallard, wood duck, and bobwhite quail rely on water oak acorns as a source of food. Deer feed on buds and young twigs in the winter.

 

 Height at maturity: 60 to 80 feet

 Bloom Color: Yellow

 Bloom Time: Mar, Apr, May

 Soil Description: Deep, Moist

 Sun Exposure: Part shade

 Zone: 6-9

 Shipped as: Bareroot

 

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Description:
The Water Oak Tree is a medium sized oak tree from the red oak group. This oak can grow up to 100 feet tall with a 3 foot trunk diameter.
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6
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Planting Zones 6-9
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