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Bare Root Hardwood Trees

Bare Root Hardwood Trees

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Different Kinds of Harwood Trees...

The Chinese Chestnut

is a medium sized tree that produces a sweet tasting chestnut for consumption. This tree is very blight resistant, with a low branching, wide spreading growth habit. Green leaves turn to yellow, gold and brown in autumn. To ensure proper pollination and highest chestnut yield, plant at least two Chinese Chestnut trees. This tree should produce chestnuts within 3 to 5 years of planting. Drought tolerant once established.

The Sawtooth oak

is a large species, reaching a mature height of 70 feet. The leaves are similar to those of the chestnut but are smaller, 4-8 inches, and have pointed teeth. The acorns are also small in size, ranging from 5/8-3/4 inch long and are enclosed in cups with long, spreading, recurving scales. Approximately 2/3 of the nut is covered by the cup. Trees produce about 150 acorns per pound.

The Swamp White Oak

is a stately Oak tree for your low lying or wetter areas. This oak tree displays a dense oval shape in youth that matures into more of a symmetrical round shape. Its leaves are whitish on the underside and green on the top sides. Branches reach in an upward fashion during its youth and middle age but the canopy becomes more rounded as the tree matures. In autumn, the leaves turn a brown color but keep the whitish color underneath. The wood is indistinguishable from White Oak and is used for the same purposes. The Swamp White Oak produces acorns that wildlife enjoy.

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