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Chestnut Oak Tree, Quercus Prinus
The Chestnut Oak Tree will grow up to 70 feet tall and has a large chunky bark making it easily distinguishable. It produces small nuts called acorns that are loved by many wildlife critters. The tree produces faded yellow colored flowers in May. The leaves can reach up to 9 inches long. The Chestnut Oak tree is very popular among many because it not only adds value to your home or landscape but also adds flair and style.
Chestnut Oak achieves its greatest growth on moist, well-drained soils of acidic pH. However, it is usually found growing in poor, rocky, sterile, dry soils of acidic pH where it can compete with the tough site conditions and win. It also adapts to soils of neutral or alkaline pH. It thrives in full sun to partial sun (but is shade tolerant in youth).
Chestnut Oak Tree
The Chestnut Oak Tree rises high above all others. Its expansive reach goes far out in all directions, as if opening its arms in a hug.
It’s enormous trunk is wide in girth and solid in strength. Its dark green leaves provide excellent shade and protection agains the elements.
A tree like this is not simply an addition to your landscape, it is an investment in your future and the future of the world. Many will find comfort in its shade, young one will play up high in its bows, and birds and perch and raise their young in its highest branches.
A tree like this requires a lot of space, and will continue to grow years from now. It turns a gorgeous, wine-red in the autumn, and a hardy deep green in the summer.
Zone – 4-8
Mature Height: 60-70 ft.
Mature Width: 50 ft.
Growth/Year: 2-3 ft.
Sunlight: Full Sun
Soil Conditions: Adaptable to various well-drained soils
Botanical Name: Quercus Prinus
Ships As: Bareroot Plant
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|Feet In Height|
2-3 Feet In Height When Received, 3-4 Feet In Height When Received, 4-5 Feet In Height When Received
|Plant Ship Date|
Ship Now (Ships In 7-10 Days), Ship Spring (End Of April)