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The White Oak trees, Quercus alba, at maturity can grow up to 80 feet tall with straight trunks, and the whitish-gray colored bark that gives the tree its name.  The White Oak trees are found growing as a native American tree from Minnesota to Florida and westward to Texas, growing into one of the most cold hardy Oaks.  The leaves are large with curved lobes that emerge with a pinkish color in the Spring.  In the fall the leaves change into a red or even a vibrant purple color.  The trees are not normally planted as shade trees, because they are so slow growing.  White Oak trees do not grow well in cities, because of the urban air pollution problems.  The White Oak tree hardwood is excellent and valuable with lots of uses.  One of the most important uses of Oak wood involves its being formed into Oak barrels into which wine is aged to perfection.  The acorns are a valuable wildlife animal, food resource, but the trees do not begin bearing large acorn nut crops until they are very old.  The White Oak tree is the State Tree of Connecticut, Illinois and Maryland.

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3 of 5 White Oak Tree Purchase June 13, 2019
Reviewer: Paul Blackhurst from Lawrenceburg , KY United States  
I purchased 3 White Oaks. They were planted the day they arrived in the mail. One is doing great and two did produce leaves from the buds. All three were planted in the same soil and experienced the same water/weather conditions.

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5 of 5 Bare root March 1, 2016
Reviewer: W Todd Kessler from Jacksonville, FL United States  
I've planted many balled and container trees, but this is my first bare root planting.  The tree was well packed and arrived safely and I planted it within hours of receipt.  I am looking forward to this being a successful planting and look forward to the years of shade this tree will provide.  (I already have three White Oaks on my property and love the tree.)

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