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  Laurel Oak -
Quercus laurifolia





 
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The Laurel Oak Tree, Quercus laurifolia, is one of the most popular landscape trees in the United States, because it produces a heavy shade when planted close to houses and reduces air conditioning costs during the summer. The brownish black acorns are produced on the Laurel Oak Tree in great provision during the fall months when wildlife food is very scarce for wildlife animals and game birds. The Laurel Oak Shade Tree is popular as an ornamental shade tree, with its pleasing symmetry and small simple leaves that are 2-4 in. long, and they are persistent until Spring.


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Recommended USDA zones for Laurel Oak Trees: [Quercus laurifolia]
Zone 75℉ to 10℉
Zone 810℉ to 20℉
Zone 920℉ to 30℉
Zone 1030℉ to 40℉

The wood of the Laurel Oak Shade Tree is used as fuel and the acorns are highly desirable to wildlife for food, and the tree is a medium sized tree that grows up to 60 ft. tall and the trunk is 1 ft. thick in diameter. Laurel Oak Trees are planted in lines around parks in Tifton, Ga, because the Laurel Oak Tree grows vigorously along city streets and the leaves from the Laurel Oak Tree neutralize the toxic automobile exhausts. The Laurel Oak Shade Tree is highly prized as a shade tree, and it bears acorns in only 6 years which are ravenously eaten by wildlife.The Laurel Oak Tree forms a oblong canopy of leaves and furnishes a heavy shade during the hot summers experienced in the south. The Laurel Oak Shade Tree grows from Virginia to Central Florida on sandy soil.

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not sure how to rate them April 11, 2014
Reviewer: michael Payne from Gainesville, FL United States  
planted all 4 laurel sticks that arrived.   waiting to see if any leaves come out.

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