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The bark of the Post Oak, Quercus stellata, Shade Tree is reddish brown, and the acorns of the tree are sweet and mature after 1 year. The leaves of the Post Oak Shade tree often turn yellow, then red during the Fall from its normal, lustrous green color in the Summer. The leaves of the Post Oak Tree grow in the shape of a maltese cross, and the leaves of tree display brilliant and vivid colors during the Fall months, and grow up to 10 in. , long shaped like a Greek cross. The Post Oak Tree grows as a native tree from central Florida north to Connecticut and westward to Texas. The Post Oak Tree was used by early American pioneers to make fence posts--hence the name Post Oak.


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5 of 5 Post Oak May 23, 2019
Reviewer: Tom Ulrich from Farmersville , OH United States  
Glad to add this variety to our farm-

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5 of 5 Post Oaks February 13, 2018
Reviewer: Roy Baas from Monroe, LA United States  
The trees arrived in good condition and I planted them the same day. Now we'll wait for spring and see how it goes. Ordering was easy and delivery was prompt. Good job.

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4 of 5 January 24, 2018
Reviewer: Jane Todd from Euless, TX United States  
We have planted the Post Oak Tree.  So far we have
not seen any buds sprouting out.  We planted a
Wysteria bush the same day, and it is sprouting out
buds.  Could my tree be dead?  Thank you!

Jane Todd ajt1022@gmail.com

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5 of 5 Condition of Tree & Instructions January 20, 2018
Reviewer: Steve from Arkansas  
The tree arrived in good condition well packaged in ice to preserve the dormant plant. I found the accompanying instructions very helpful.

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5 of 5 Delivery March 27, 2017
Reviewer: Kenneth Crook from Alpine, UT United States  
On time, good condition

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