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Swamp White Oak

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Widely Adaptable Flowering Oak


The Swamp White Oak tree, Quercus bicolor, is a beautiful native tree with lustrous, heavy textured leaves with wavy margins.


This rugged oak grows well in either upland or swampy areas. It is tolerant of poorly drained sites and frequently is found in heavy mucky soils. For a tree named Swamp White Oak, it has surprisingly good drought tolerance!


The Swamp White Oak is a rapidly growing tree that flowers in spring. The acorns mature and are shed in September or October of the same year.


The Swamp White Oak is a long-lived tree that may reach 300 to 350 years old. The name bicolor refers to the two-colored leaf, shining dark green above and velvety white pubescence below, turning golden in the fall.


This deciduous tree has a rounded open habit. Swamp Oak trees transplant easily and it casts dense shade.


The sweet acorns are eaten by whitetail deer, mallards, wood ducks, wild turkeys, squirrels, woodpeckers, and smaller rodents.


* Shade tree
* Wildlife tree
* Widely adaptable



 

Plant Facts

Family Quercus bicolor
Foliage Green Above, White Underneath
Mature Height 50 - 60 feet
Mature Spread 50 - 60 feet
Soil Widely Adaptable
Zones 4-8
Mature Form Pyramidal to Broad
Growth Rate Moderate
Sun Exposure Full Sun - Partial Sun
Flower Color Insignificant
Fall Color Yellow to Purple

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