Swamp White Oak Shade Tree (2-3′)

October 26, 2019 - Comment

The Swamp White Oak Tree (Quercus Bicolor) can be found growing wild in low-lying and swampy areas — often moist bottomlands or river banks. But it grows just as well in an urban or suburban setting, with tolerance to compacted soil and (perhaps surprisingly) drought. The swamp white oak is a great choice for a

The Swamp White Oak Tree (Quercus Bicolor) can be found growing wild in low-lying and swampy areas — often moist bottomlands or river banks. But it grows just as well in an urban or suburban setting, with tolerance to compacted soil and (perhaps surprisingly) drought. The swamp white oak is a great choice for a shade or street tree, with the ability to grow at a moderate pace and live more than 300 years. It’s the kind of tree you plant for not only your enjoyment but for the benefit of generations to come. This tree grows at a medium rate, with height increases of 13–24″ per year and will reach a mature height of 50-60′ with an equal spread. This oak species attracts a wide variety of birds. HEIGHT: 50-60’WIDTH: 50-60′ Prefers full sun Plant in acidic, moist, well-drained, and wet soils. It is also drought-tolerant. Zones: 4-8 What you are purchasing is a Swamp White Oak Tree at 2-3′ wrapped in soil and paper for easy planting. Handle with care.

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