ShuWater Hybrid Oak: One of Our Favorite Hybrids

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ShuWater Hybrid Oak: One of Our Favorite Hybrids

We try not to pick favorites, but its really difficult not to favor this winning hybrid. For those of you who appreciate water oaks for their ability to thrive on just about any site and produce super heavy crops, you have to try a few seedlings from this Jumbo acorned cross with the prized Shumard oak. The ShuWater oak parent tree we collect from hasn’t disappointed us in the 7-8 years we’ve been observing it. Every November, it rains these large, white-meated acorns for a couple of weeks until around Thanksgiving.

ShuWater Hybrid Oak (Quercus x neopalmeri) Characteristics:

  • Hardiness Zones: ShuWater Hybrid Oaks can be expected to grow in zones 6 – 9
  • Soil Preference: ShuWater Hybrids grown best in a pH range of 4.5 – 7.1
  • Mature Height: 100”
  • Wildlife Value: Excellent for wild turkey, gray squirrel, whitetail deer, raccoon, and waterfowl also enjoy them
  • Site Preference: ShuWater Hybrid Oaks can thrive in any well drained bottom, rich upland site, cove, or loessal hill
  • Drop Time: Late Fall

ShuWater Hybrid Oak Parent Trees:

The ShuWater Oak is a cross between a Shumard Oak (Quercus shumardii) and a Water Oak (Quercus nigra)


ShuWater Package SALE

Customer feedback on the growth of their ShuWater seedlings has been nothing short of exceptional.  We planted every acorn we collected this year, and ended up with too many seedlings- so we decided to offer them at a greatly discounted price to make room for next year’s crop. For a limited time take advantage of our ShuWater package SALE. Get 6 ShuWater Oak Hybrids for only $34.99 plus FREE Shipping. That’s 35% off regular price! LIMITED SUPPLY AVAILABLE!


  • Aaron C

    I planted my shuwater oaks on April 23rd. We’ve had 2 heavy days of rain here in eastern Kansas since.

    I’m noticing a few browned leaves and some seem scortched. On top of the rain, I did initially water the trees after planting. I feel they’ve had ole ty if moisture.

    Is this a sign of transplant shock? Any advice?

  • Robert Forsyth

    Mature hight: 100” Is that correct? That’s only 8’-4”

  • Frank Barron

    I just placed an order for Shuwater Oaks. I would also would be interested in Live Oak seedlings if you have any. Please contact me and let me know.Thanks, Frank Barron

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