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The Nuttall Oak Tree, Quercus texana, has a good fall foliage color, and the new growth in the spring is brightly colored. The leaves are vibrant green, and will make a beautiful addition to your landscape. The Nuttall Oak Tree can grow as tall as 100 feet, and its fast growth makes it excellent to plant as yard specimen or it cities, parks, along sidewalks, and highways. The tree is found in wet areas in the Southern U.S. near swamps, lakes and rivers.

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2-3ft tall [$7.75]
3-4ft tall [$16.75]
4-5ft tall [$24.75]
5-6ft tall [$38.75]
6-7ft tall [$58.75]
7-8ft tall [$72.75]

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Recommended USDA zones for Nuttall Oak Trees: [Quercus texana]
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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Tree February 20, 2017
Reviewer: Douglas Megginson from Louisville, KY United States  
Very dissatisfied with all 3 trees purchased-poor quality root development-2 'carrots' and 1 with a double right-angle bend at the previous groundline. If I hadn't already dug the holes, I would not have bothered planting them.

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Too early to tell. February 11, 2017
Reviewer: Aaron Doss from Fort Worth, TX United States  
The tree I just planted. It's the 2-3' Nutall Oak. It's very fragile, so I don't know whether it'll survive or not. Time will tell. As far as the ordering process goes it was easy enough. I did think it was kind of ridiculous that the S&H was about 4 times as much as the product itself. Bottom line, if the tree survives it was worth it, if not it wasn't.

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