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The Willow Oak tree, Quercus phellos, is a popular, beautiful landscape tree with slender leaves shaped like weeping willow leaves. The tree can grow 50 ft. tall and about 30 ft. wide.The Willow Oak Tree provides a cooling shade throughout the Summer months, and the most popular use of the Willow Oak is as a street tree, because it grows well along streets and highways of cities, apparently unaffected by noxious auto fumes, which are absorbed, cleaned, and recycled by photosynthesis of the leaves. The Willow Oak Tree has few equals when grown as a shade, street or ornamental shade tree, and the leaf color is a light green and waxy-growing well in full sun or shade.

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2-3ft tall [$7.75]
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Recommended USDA zones for Willow Oak Trees: [Quercus phellos]
Zone 5-10℉ to -5℉
Zone 6-5℉ to 5℉
Zone 75℉ to 10℉
Zone 810℉ to 20℉
Zone 920℉ to 30℉

��The Willow Oak Tree grows throughout the Eastern U.S. and is as trouble free from disease and pests as any shade tree, and it grows fast, about 2 feet per year and gives a heavy shade for the sultry heat of the deep south. The narrow leaves turn brilliant yellow in the fall, and because the Willow leaves are so small they are easy to rake in the fall, but most of them disappear easy in the grass to form a convenient lawn mulch.

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Willow Oak May 4, 2015
Reviewer: Joe Warren from Irvine, KY United States  
Great condition

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