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  Turkey Oak -
Quercus cerris





 
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The Turkey Oak is an important food source for wildlife but is different in appearance to other wildlife oak trees. The leaves of the Turkey Oak vary from one to the next. Turkey Oak leaves may contain up to five lobes but usually only have three lobes which tend to resemble a turkey's foot. The cap of the acorn stays attached and often falls to the ground still stuck to the acorn. Turkey Oak acorns are very small and are readily eaten by many species of smaller mouthed birds.


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Turkey Oak Purchase March 26, 2015
Reviewer: James Webb from Holly Hill, SC United States  
The tree looked healthy but the root system was not very well developed and I am worried it might not live. The packaging was adequate and moist but not very much root system there.

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Okay, although a bit short February 19, 2015
Reviewer: Joanne E Wilson from Babson Park, FL United States  
It is too early to see any growth, but they did come through with half decent roots, and hopefully they will do well.

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