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Nuttall Oak Tree 'Quercus texana , Quercus nuttallii'

Nuttall Oak Tree 'Quercus texana , Quercus nuttallii'

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Nuttall Oak Tree

The Quercus texana, commonly known as Nuttall Oak or Quercus nuttallii, is a magnificent native tree species that graces the landscape with its stately presence and ecological significance. Named in honor of botanist Thomas Nuttall, this deciduous oak species is native to the southeastern United States, thriving in a variety of habitats from wetlands to upland forests.

One of the most striking features of the Nuttall Oak is its foliage. The leaves are large, glossy, and deeply lobed, with a vibrant green color that turns to shades of red, orange, and brown in the fall, creating a stunning display of autumnal beauty. This makes it a desirable choice for adding seasonal interest to landscapes.

Beyond its aesthetic appeal, the Nuttall Oak plays a crucial role in supporting wildlife. Its acorns are a valuable food source for a wide range of animals, including squirrels, deer, turkeys, and various bird species. The tree's dense canopy provides shelter and nesting sites for birds and small mammals, contributing to biodiversity and ecosystem health.

Moreover, the Nuttall Oak is renowned for its adaptability and resilience. It thrives in a variety of soil types, including clay and loam, and tolerates periodic flooding, making it well-suited to riparian zones and wetland habitats. Its rapid growth rate and tolerance to urban conditions also make it a popular choice for landscaping and restoration projects.

By planting a Nuttall Oak, you not only enhance the beauty of your landscape but also contribute to the preservation of native ecosystems and the support of local wildlife populations. From its majestic stature to its ecological significance, the Nuttall Oak stands as a symbol of resilience, vitality, and natural beauty, enriching the environment for generations to come.

 Growing Zones: 6-9
Mature Height:
60-80 ft
Mature Width:
35-50 ft
Full (6-8 hours)
Spacing 35 Ft.
Growth Rate:
35 ft

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