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The Gobbler Oak, Quercus acutissima "Gobbler", is a small hybrid Sawtooth Oak offspring which was developed specifically to have smaller, easier to eat acorns available for wildlife animals to eat. Gobbler Oaks begin to form acorns in 5 years, earlier than other oaks and can grow up to 40' tall. The Gobbler Oak tree is sun loving and drought resistant. The autumn color change ranges from yellow to yellow-brown. The canopy of the tree's limb spread is very wide and making a lot of excellent, deep shade that is low lying.


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Order of Gobble Oak May 29, 2018
Reviewer: Douglas Butz from Brownsburg, IN United States  
Fast shipping and well packed trees (3). 5 to 6ft.size.
Now the waiting for the leaves to appear.
Others I bought two months ago have not leafed yet but the fingernail test shows the trees still alive.

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Gobbler Oak April 10, 2018
Reviewer: Douglas Butz from Brownsburg, IN United States  
Trees were delivered in a excellent package. Roots were moist when I planted them 3 days after receiving them. Had very cold weather a few days after planting. Hoping the mulch and Tree Shelter protect them.

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Great April 10, 2018
Reviewer: Craig Exley from Clyo, GA United States  
Growing/Budding

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March 30, 2018
Reviewer: Rick call from St Johns, FL United States  
Appears to be a nice tree

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good so far February 21, 2018
Reviewer: Randall Hulette from Mount Dora, FL United States  
Packaged very professional. no leaves yet but hopeful.

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