Oak - Chestnut #5 Pot

The Chestnut Oak produces acorns that are about 1.5 inches long and are usually light to dark brown in color that mature in late September to October. The acorns can provide a quality, easy meal for deer and other wildlife. It is intermediately shade tolerant and prefers dryer upland soil. In the fall, the leaves turn yellowish-orange to a rusty color. The thick bark ranges in color between dark-red and black, with broad rounded scaly ridges. At maturity, the Chestnut Oak can reach a height of 80-145 feet.

USDA ZONES: Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7, Zone 8.