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The Gobbler Oak, Quercus acutissima "Gobbler", is a small hybrid Sawtooth Oak offspring which was developed specifically to have smaller, easier to eat acorns available for wildlife animals to eat. Gobbler Oaks begin to form acorns in 5 years, earlier than other oaks and can grow up to 40' tall.  The Gobbler Oak tree is sun loving and drought resistant. The autumn color change ranges from yellow to yellow-brown. The canopy of the tree's limb spread is very wide and making a lot of excellent, deep shade that is low lying.

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4-5ft tall [$24.75]
5-6ft tall [$38.75]
6-7ft tall [$58.75]
7-8ft tall [$72.75]
8-9ft tall [$99.75]

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Recommended USDA zones for Gobbler Oak Trees:
Zone 5-10℉ to -5℉
Zone 6-5℉ to 5℉
Zone 75℉ to 10℉
Zone 810℉ to 20℉
Zone 920℉ to 30℉


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Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

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As advertised March 9, 2016
Reviewer: Donald Hixson from Mount Pleasant, PA United States  
Tree was of size indicated and quality appears to be excellent.  Last fall's leaves were still on it (oak tree).  Shipping was quick and item arrived in good condition. Roots were packed to keep them moist.  Planted the tree per instructions provided, and we'll see how it does.

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2nd time May 15, 2014
Reviewer: Gerald Raymond from New Orleans, LA United States  
None of the first ones grew, so my fingers are crossed this time and hoping for the best.

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