Willow Oak Tree Care – How To Grow A Willow Oak Tree

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Willow Oak Tree Care – How To Grow A Willow Oak Tree

By Liz Baessler Willow oak trees are very popular shade and specimen trees. Because they are fast growing and fill out with an attractive, branching shape, they are a frequent choice in parks and along wide streets. Keep reading to learn more about how to grow a willow oak and willow oak tree care. Willow Oak Information Willow oak trees (Quercus phellos) are native to the United States. They are hardy in USDA zones 5 or 6a through 9b, making their range the whole of the west coast, most of the east coast, and the entire south and southwest. The trees are fast growing. When they are young, they have a pyramidal shape, but as they mature their branches take on a wide, even spread. The lowest branches hang down somewhat toward the ground. The trees tend to reach a height of 60 to 75 feet (18-23 m.) with a

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