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Wildlife Chinquapin Tree

Wildlife Chinquapin Tree



 
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Wildlife Chinquapin nuts grow inside prickly, sharp burrs that are similar to chestnut burrs, but the chinquapin cluster of nuts only contains one nut per pod instead of multiple. Chinquapins are also smaller in dimension and content than chestnuts, and Chinquapins are easier for most birds to crack open than is the chestnut. Usually, the sweetest nuts of the Chinquapin is harvested in September. Nuts which are harvested quickly for humans before the wildlife animals arrive under the Chinquapin tree where the nuts are eaten quickly in later months when flocks of birds migrate and consume the nutrient-heavy Chinquapin for energy.

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May 27, 2018
Reviewer: Christopher Catrett from TROY, AL United States  
Will buy again.. nice tree

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

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Growing Pains March 28, 2017
Reviewer: Gwynn Long from Timberlake, NC United States  
Trees look nice, but small.

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Wildlife Chinquapin Tree May 7, 2014
Reviewer: Jim Tomasulo from Dickson, TN United States  
These little trees arrived in apparent good condition. No top growth at all, even though it is May, although that may be normal. The root structure was the correct size for the height of these (2 feet) and with no top growth. I expect them to grow well here.

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