3 Gallon (no branching) and 10 Gallon (5-6 feet tall, 1.25" caliper)
Exposure: Full Sun Moisture: Medium Dry - Medium Height: 60 Feet Width: 60 Feet
Description: This native tree is found on very shallow soils that overlay limestone. Chinquapin has done well as a street tree because of its tolerance of high pH and drought resistance. It's leaves are unusual for a white oak in that they are not lobed and have serrated teeth along their margin. This tree is one of the faster growing oaks at 2-4 feet per year. However, when the tree grows 4 feet taller in one year, the next year it takes a time out and grows side branches. The small, very sweet acorn is highly sought after by wildlife. Bark and structure are very similar to White Oak.
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