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  Bluejack Oak -
Quercus incana

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The Bluejack Oak is a deciduous tree in the red oak group native to the Southeastern part of the United States ranging north to Virginia, South to Florida, West to Southeast Oklahoma and Texas. The waxy leaves mature to a blue-green color for which the tree is named. Often the Bluejack Oak develops multiple trunks like a shrub but can also grow 30' in height with a 6" trunk at the base. The Bluejack Oak produces an enormous number of acorns which promotes wildlife nesting.

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Recommended USDA zones for Bluejack Oak Trees:
Zone 75℉ to 10℉
Zone 810℉ to 20℉
Zone 920℉ to 30℉

The small acorn size of the Bluejack Oak tree make it the perfect tree for nesting birds and small animals. The leaves of the Bluejack Oak Tree begin to turn red in December after the first frost, and the dense interior of the Bluejack Oak tree provides a secure nesting site for birds and cover for other wildlife animals. This oak tree grows more into a bush shape, but on the rare occasions can grow into a 30 ft tree. Bluejack Oak Tree limbs usually remain low to the ground but can grow much taller if forced to compete for sunlight. Wildlife food specialists consider planting the Bluejack Oak tree to provide gourmet acorns for the tastes of deer, raccoons, squirrels, and quail.

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