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  • Appearance: White oak is a massive tree that can reach heights of 60 to 100 feet (18 to 30 meters) or more. It has a stout, straight trunk and a broadly rounded crown. The leaves are simple, lobed, and usually have rounded lobes with no bristles at the tips. The bark is light gray to white and becomes scaly and furrowed with age.

  • Habitat: This oak species is found in a variety of forested habitats, including mixed deciduous and coniferous forests, upland woods, and bottomlands. It prefers well-drained soils and is often associated with other hardwood trees.

  • Wood Uses: White oak is highly valued for its durable and strong wood, which is used in a wide range of applications. It is commonly used in furniture making, cabinetry, flooring, barrel and cooperage production (including for aging wine and whiskey), and shipbuilding. The wood is known for its resistance to decay, which makes it suitable for outdoor use as well.

  • Wildlife Value: White oak acorns are an important food source for various wildlife species, including deer, squirrels, wild turkeys, and various small mammals. The tree also provides habitat for nesting birds and insects.

  • Fall Color: In the fall, the leaves of white oak turn various shades of red, brown, and purple, creating a beautiful autumn display.

  • Cultural Significance: White oak has cultural and historical significance. Indigenous peoples used the bark for medicinal purposes and the wood for various tools and implements. Early European settlers also utilized the wood extensively for construction and cooperage.

  • Longevity: White oak is known for its longevity. Some individual trees have been estimated to live for several centuries.

  • Landscaping: White oak is sometimes used in landscaping for its majestic appearance and fall color. However, it is a large tree that may not be suitable for all residential landscapes.
  • SPREAD 18-22 M
  • HEIGHT 18-22 M 

Care Instructions

Different plants have different watering needs. Check the soil moisture by inserting your finger about an inch into the soil. If it feels dry, water the plant until the water drains from the bottom of the pot. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot.

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