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The Willow Oak Tree Seedlings Are Popular Choices In Urban Settings

The willow oak tree, formally called Quercus phellos, is a known shade tree and specimen tree. It is native to the eastern and central US and is very visible in the parks or streets. Willow oak is an ornamental and timber tree in the beech family, known for its willow-like leaves. Willow oak tree seedlings are members of the red oak group but do not have the characteristic lobed leaves of the red oaks. Willow oaks’ narrow and willow-like leaves have bristle-like hair at the end of the foliage that identifies them as oaks.

The deciduous tree is pyramidal in shape when young, and when it matures, its attractive branches spread wide. Since willow oaks grow fast quickly, the tree is a frequent choice in parks and streets, often becoming too large in urban settings. The tree thrives in almost any kind of soil, making them popular in urban landscapes. The plant is resistant to drought, pollution, and wind, as well as insects or pests. It can also tolerate poor drainage and prefers acid soil and full sun. The tree can live more than a hundred years.

The Willow Oak Tree Seedlings Thrives Well In Full Sun

The willow oak tree seedlings grow up from sixty-five to one hundred feet tall, and its trunk measures from three to five feet. The tree is light to medium reddish-brown in color. The foliage is soft to bright green during summer and turns yellow or yellow-brown and russet color in fall. Leaves are two to eight inches long. The Willow oak tree is monoecious and produces flowers during spring. The tree has acorns that are only around one-half inch to one inch in length that takes two years to mature. Willow oak acorns are the top food preference of squirrels, chipmunks, whitetail deers, and other ground foragers attracted to acorns. Willow oaks have many uses that include cabinetry, furniture, flooring, and veneer.

Caring for willow oak tree seedlings requires full sun for the plant to spread out its limbs and make a more balanced shape. The crown of the tree will become weakly branched and slender limbs if given partial shade only. Another main factor for good willow oak tree care is water establishment and supporting them when young. Training early will help the tree to form a sturdy structure. When growing a willow oak tree seedling, do not gather the first acorns that fall; instead, wait for the second flush before collecting a handful of them. Throw away acorns that have small holes and has insects inside, including those that have molds.

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The Quercus phellos, also known as the Willow oak tree, is a deciduous tree native to the Eastern and Central United States. The height of this tree is extended to 50 to 80 feet tall; however, some may be over 100 feet. This tree lives on for a long lifespan. The Willow oak tree is fast-growing and well-balanced in a round shape. Most commonly, these trees are grown in lowland floodplains, mainly along the streams and rivers.

The willow oak trees are generally medium-sized, with a trunk up to 40 to 60 inches in diameter. This tree is distinguished among other willow trees by its leaves shaped like willow and around 4 inches long and 1 to 2.5 cm in width. The leaves are margined throughout, bright green on the top and paler on the lower side; It is one of the primary producers of acorns; the fruit is 8 to 12 mm in length and width. The production of the fruit starts when the fruit reaches the age of 15 years, which is quite earlier than other oak trees. The acorns are consumed mainly by squirrels and other wildlife animals. 

The wood of the willow oak tree is used for pulp and paper production. The tree is fast-growing and quite popular. It is mainly planted in extended areas for shade purposes. The tree branches are slender and lower, similar to the pin oak; The green leaves get a lovely yellow fall color in the autumn season. The female and male flowers of the tree take birth separately. 

Willow oak trees require full sun, whereas, in partial shade, the tree's crown grows into a weak branched tree as the limbs reach out for the sunlight.

The tree is low maintenance, and you can not deny its beauty. The limbs spread out of the plant in full sun and grow into a balanced shape. The tree's water requirements are high when the tree is young in growing years. It multiplies and consumes the local nutrients from the soil. 

The willow oak tree grows in acidic, medium wet, and well-drained soil in full sun. It is most commonly used as a shade tree in parks, streets, yards, etc. They are not widely used in houses as they are pretty significant, so they ruin the home landscape. This tree tolerates pollution and is termed a trouble-free, low-maintenance tree. Willow oak is a part of the red oaks, and its fruit matures entirely in two years. The tree is affected easily by fire, which may eventually kill it. However, they are pest and disease resistant and tolerate a wide range of growing conditions. 

Sun exposure: full sun, partial shade

Water requirement: High

Zone: 5-9

Flower bloom time: Spring

Soil drainage: Moist

Bark color: Dark brown, Dark gray

Best time to Harvest: fall season

Ship as: Bare root

Growth rate: rapid

Height at Maturity: 40 to 60 inches


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Quercus Phellos Hardy Planting Zone- 3-9 Mature Height- 60-80 ft Width-30-40 Sun or Shade- Full Sunshine
Planting Zones 5-9
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