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Our Sawtooth Oak Trees ships as a 2 foot tall bare root tree. Available with survival pack at a discounted price.
Part of the beauty of Sawtooth oak tree is the clean, glossy appearance of the foliage. Sawtooth Oak's foliage is unblemished and glossy-green all summer long. In the fall, it turns yellow, finally aging to grocery-bag brown. Young trees of Sawtooth oak tend to hold much of their foliage through the winter, shedding it in the spring as new leaves emerge.
Heavy acorn production, even though it tends to occur in alternate years, makes the tree valuable as a wildlife food plant. Deer especially seem to relish the acorns. It bears acorns heavily beginning in its 5th to 6th year.
The Sawtooth oak is hardy in zones 5 to 9 and seems unbothered by any serious insect or disease problems. Being a large tree at maturity, it should be planted where it has sufficient room to spread. It is not picky about soil type, but faster growth will be realized in better soils. It seems to have excellent drought tolerance once established.
Plant Survival Packs are the best assurance that newly planted trees will live and thrive. But the Survival Pack does much more than just increase survivability. It also enables trees to grow faster and stronger.
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