Oak Seedlings
Quercus Species

Plant Description

Oak seedlings make wonderful additions to the environment. By providing attractive shelter and food for wildlife, they remain important trees for natural forest reclamation. Oak seedlings also provide excellent erosion control and can often be used for timber after extended time. For these reasons, they make excellent candidates for reforestation programs. Helping programs such as the USDA Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), EPA sponsored conservation programs, etc., oak seedlings are known for their beautiful fall colors and are relatively disease resistant. A classic deciduous tree, oak seedlings are strong trees that can live for centuries.

We are now taking orders for our 1-2 foot oak seedlings for Winter 2010 and Spring 2010.

Please call to find out availability and to place an order. Thank You for your business. All orders are shipped via Priority Mail.


Planting Instructions - Dig a hole three times the diameter of the root system, with a depth no deeper than the original soil line on trunk. Break up the soil to the finest consistency possible. Place plant in hole and fill, compacting the fill dirt. Water the plant heavily to seal soil around the roots and remove air pockets. Fertilize according to the recommendation of your local agriculture extension agents, or fertilize based on your own knowledge and experience.


We do have balled and burlap trees available in wholesale quantities. Please call with the size and quantity that you are interested in, and we will provide you with a quote.


We DO NOT ship to states West of the Rocky Mountains.

The oak seedlings that we have available for the Winter and Spring of 2010 are as follows: White Oak (Quercus alba), Northern Red Oak (Quercus rubra), Overcup Oak (Quercus Iyrata), Nutall Oak (Quercus nuttallii), Cherry Bark Oak (Quercus pagoda), Pin Oak (Quercus palustris), Post Oak (Quercus stellata), Sawtooth Oak (Quercus acutissima), Water Oak (Quercus nigra), Willow Oak (Quercus phellos), Shumard Oak (Quercus shumardi), and Chestnut Oak (Quercus prinus).

 
Shipping season starts in mid-October and ends in early to mid-April dependent on weather. Please enter your email address to receive notification when our plants are available and for special offers. Your contact information will be held private.
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