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Willow Oak Trees

Willow Oak Trees
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Willow Oak Trees

Willow Oak or Quercus phello is known as a rapid growing shade tree and long life. A favored shade tree, it is widely planted as an ornamental. Willow Oak is easily transplanted and used widely in urban areas.

Willow Oak Trees has many slender willow like leaves. Leaves are green and up to five inches long, but only about an inch wide. You can tell its an oak and not a willow, because the leaves do not have teeth, and there is a tiny hair-like bristle at the tip.

Willow Oak Trees

Willow Oak or Quercus phello is known as a rapid growing shade tree and long life. A favored shade tree, it is widely planted as an ornamental. Willow Oak is easily transplanted and used widely in urban areas.

Willow Oak Trees has many slender willow like leaves. Leaves are green and up to five inches long, but only about an inch wide. You can tell its an oak and not a willow, because the leaves do not have teeth, and there is a tiny hair-like bristle at the tip.

Since it produces an acorn crop almost every year, willow oak is an important species for wildlife food production.

In addition to being a major supplier of food for game animals such as ducks, squirrels, deer, and turkey, willow oak supplies many other animals. Blue jays and red-headed woodpeckers are major consumers, and flying squirrels utilize the tree itself for shelter. 
 

Shipping

Willow Oak ships as 2 to 3 foot tall bare root plants. 

Cannot ship into AZ, CA, FL LA or OR