Dwarf Chestnut Oak
Dwarf Chestnut Oak

Dwarf Chestnut Oak

$79.19

Is a mighty Oak tree too big for your garden? You need the sweet little Dwarf Chestnut Oak Tree (Quercus prinoides) and enjoy everything you love about the Chestnut Oak, but in a smaller space-saving size! Erect trees with open and rounded forms, bu

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Is a mighty Oak tree too big for your garden? You need the sweet little Dwarf Chestnut Oak Tree (Quercus prinoides) and enjoy everything you love about the Chestnut Oak, but in a smaller space-saving size!
Erect trees with open and rounded forms, but at a fraction of the size, these Oaks retain the oval foliage and scalloped edges similar to Chinkapin Oak trees! Creating a beautiful featurette and textured specimen in the landscape, growing just 6-18 feet depending on growing conditions and climate. Springs long catkins add some interest too before they become a crop of acorns!
Dwarf Chestnut Oaks, also known as Dwarf Chinquapin Oak, and Dwarf Chinkapin, displays soothing, warm browns, coppers, and golden-yellow fall colors! Autumn brings a good crop of blackish-brown to coppery acorns each year that wildlife loves! Growing in the warmer USDA growing zones of 6 to 9, these shrubby trees are heat and humidity-resistant!
Planting and Application:Dwarf Chestnut Oaks can be grown as large shrubs or small trees! Giving you a world of unique uses for these plants in your landscape! They are perfect for preventing erosion on slopes and hillsides while providing cover, shelter, and food for wildlife! Plant in rows or groups as windbreaks, shelterbelts, and privacy!
Highly Ornamental trees, Dwarf Chestnut Oaks are impressive screening and border plantings. Tree-form pruned Dwarf Oaks become cute accents or pinpoint shade trees over garden beds and seating areas! This unusual, shrubby Oak will give birds what they need, without overtaking your whole garden! They will even act as a lovely street tree!
Smaller Dwarf-Sized Oak Tree
Hardy Native Supports Wildlife
Wavy Edged Green Leaves & Fall Color
Small Foot-Print Native Tree
Hedges, Privacy, Erosion Control & Specimens
#ProPlantTips for Care:Oak Trees do their very best in full sun but can also tolerate partial shade! Oaks can thrive in some of the worst soil types, as long as they are well-drained. These hardy natives are adaptable and tolerate poor, occasional drought and dry soils, clay, rocky, and sandy soil, and these natives even tolerate alkaline conditions! Provide regular moisture their first year and insulate the roots with 3-4 inches of arborist mulch over the soil surface. Prune these plants when they are dormant to further control size and form.
Full Sun
Well-Drained Soil Of Many Kinds
Moderate to Low Moisture
Prune When Dormant – Tree or Shrub Form
Hardy & Adaptable
A pretty petite Oak tree with loads of character and adaptability! Order the Dwarf Chestnut Oak Tree for all the benefits of a mighty Oak in a tiny package from NatureHills.com!