Description

Leaves of the native northern red oak turn deep red to brown in fall. Planted as a shade tree, lawn tree, or timber production, it also provides good cover for nesting birds and mammals. Red oak acorns take 2 years to develop and are more bitter than white oak acorns, which are preferred by wildlife.  Provides wild turkey and other wildlife habitat.

Contributed by: Allegan Conservation District

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Additional information

Red Oak

5 for $13.40, 10 for $23.45, 25 for $50, 50 for $84