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Oak Trees

Ty Ty offers for sale a wide variety of tall and wide caliper oak shade trees for your yard. Oak trees are generally slow growing trees, but the hardwood lumber is used for building, furniture and many other uses. Some famous huge oaks in Europe are thousands of years old, and that tree is the United States choice as the National tree, and many memorial specimens have been planted in honor of Presidents like the Eisenhower oak tree and the Carter live oak tree at

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  • Post Oak Tree
    Live Oak trees are evergreen trees and can be easily grown in most areas of the South, where some large Live Oaks have grown for hundreds of years and provide cooling shade for resorts and home sites.
  • Sawtooth Oak Tree
    The Sawtooth Oak Tree is a Fast Growing Shade Tree. The Sawtooth oak can grow anywhere from 40 to 60 feet depending on what part of the country your located. Sawtooth oak Trees are widely used in landscapes to provide shade.
  • Shady Live Oak Tree
    For Fall leaf color the Pin Oak is one of the best Oak trees to order and buy for shading your home and your patio. The Pin Oak tree grows tall with an inverted cone form, and the branches and limbs of the Pin Oak tree are a perfect habitat for nesting songbirds.