Beadles Oak Hybrid (Quercus x beadlei)

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Nativ Nurseries
RMBeadles
87 In stock
Hybrid Oak Tree
$8.99
Imagine a tree that combines the abundant acorn production and preferred timber quality of a true white oak with the large acorns and allure of the fast growing swamp chestnut oak.  Now imagine that same tree, a reality that can be used as a tool on your own piece of heaven....
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Imagine a tree that combines the abundant acorn production and preferred timber quality of a true white oak with the large acorns and allure of the fast growing swamp chestnut oak.  Now imagine that same tree, a reality that can be used as a tool on your own piece of heaven. This is the tree that began Toxey’s infatuation with discovering and growing naturally occurring hybrid oaks…hence the nickname “bottomland” white oak. 

Expect faster vegetative growth rates than true white oak, which can lead to mast production at a younger age. Don’t forget about its tolerance to a wide range of sites, preference by all sorts of critters, and downright good looks!  Our seed trees begin shedding their crop at the same timeframe as true white oaks, which their acorns resemble. 

Considering the deer get most of our acorns, these seedlings will be in limited quantities, so be patient or get your orders in early.  Plant ‘Bottomland’ white oaks and yes… they will come.

Type:

Zone:

White Oak section

5 - 9

Soil pH: 4.5 - 6.8
Mature Height: 80' - 100'
Wildlife Value: Acorns important source of food for deer, wild turkey, black bear, ducks.
Site Preference:  Thrives on many sites. Tolerant of poorer sites once established.  Naturally occurs on low ground but doesn't  tolerate long durations of flooding. Best growth occurs on bottomland sites or coves with good drainage.
Drop Time: October to early November
Alias: Beadles Oak

Zone 5-9

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Tom Niles
Time Will Tell

Right now the trees seem healthy & vibrant . It really is to early to tell . They seem smaller than the other trees . Shorter more spindly . We will see what happens in the next 2 years of growth . Right now my favorites are the nuttall & shumard . They both seem extra hardy . The shumards & nuttals I planted last fall are out the top of my 60” shelters . That is what I call spectacular .

Orders without a specific ship date selected at check out are shipped via UPS the first shipping day following the day the order is received. In order to ensure our seedlings are delivered in the best shape we do not ship on Friday Saturday or Sunday. You may select a shipping date up to six weeks from purchase date at check out.
No Refund Policy: Mossy Oak Nativ Nurseries (Nativ Nurseries) guarantees that our product will arrive in good condition, alive, and true to its name as labeled. We take care in packaging our products. If your order is incorrect or does not arrive in good condition, contact our customer service desk within five (5) business days from your receipt of the product to report any mistake in your order or damage to the product. No refunds will be given however but, we will fix our mistake or rectify any damage by replacing the product at our expense. Nativ Nurseries makes no warranty, expressed or implied for any certain rate of growth or productivity for any of our plant products. Nativ Nurseries will not be responsible for crop failure, damage to products after the customer has received an order, or injuries due to non-recommended zone planting, frost damage, or any man made or natural cause beyond our control. Nativ Nurseries will consider replacing an order if a claim is made in writing or e-mail within five (5) business days from your receipt of the product explaining in detail what problems have occurred. However, Nativ Nurseries reserves the right to refuse replacement at any time.
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