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Chapman Oak

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White tail deer and other wildlife animals such as the raccoon, turkey, and game birds love to eat the acorns of the Chapman Oak Tree. The Chapman Oak, Quercus chapmanii, leaves remain on the tree until late winter or early spring and then turn yellow or bright red before falling. A one gallon Chapman Oak Tree will grow to a height of 2 feet the first year of planting, and this oak tree is a rare coastal oak that is native from South Carolina to Florida and is found frequently growing near salt water and sand dunes on the S.E. Atlantic coast. The Chapman Oak usually grows several stems-as in bushes from a single stem, but occasionally can grow into a 40 foot tall tree at inland sites.

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Recommended USDA zones for Chapman Oak Trees:
Zone 810℉ to 20℉
Zone 920℉ to 30℉
Zone 1030℉ to 40℉

•   Chapman Oak Trees grow several trunks and are shaped as bushes. The leaves can be evergreen or at least can remain on the tree as late as early Spring, giving moderate cover to wildlife in the Winter. The Chapman Oak is adapted to withstand saltwater spray in coastal areas, and the acorns can grow as large as 1 inch in diameter and feed a variety of wildlife animals. The Chapman leaf is rounded at the end, characterizing it as a white oak type.

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3 of 5 Chapman Oak May 21, 2014
Reviewer: Barbara Corporon from Palacios, TX United States  
Small buds on some of them, will see if they grow.

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