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The Best Deciduous Trees for Zone 4

Deciduous trees come in a wide variety of colors, sizes, textures and shapes. All deciduous trees lose their leaves

Plants That Have Nuts or Cones

Plants with nuts or cones make for interesting affects in a garden. These plants will have showy nuts and cones that

What Shrubs & Plants Do Well in Sandy Soil?

Sandy-soil plants and shrubs have to be able to thrive in conditions where nutrients are few and the ability to hold

The Best Landscape Shade Trees

Shade trees are nice ornamental additions to have in a landscape to provide a canopy over a patio or gathering site.

How to Plant Red Oak Trees

Overview The red oak is a deciduous tree native to many parts of North America. It grows natively in the northeastern United States and southeastern Canada. The trees grow quickly and can reach a maxi

How to Identify Red Oak, Black Oak, & Burr Oak Trees

Overview Red oak, black oak and bur oak have places where their ranges overlap in the eastern United States, and telling them apart can be a difficult proposition. Red oak (Quercus rubra) and black oa

How to Trim Red Oak Trees

Overview Red oaks are a Northeastern hardwood tree prized for their lumber, while producing acorns that are a prized nut for many species of wildlife. There are many reasons to consider trimming a re

How to Identify Red Oak Trees

Overview The red oak tree (Quercus rubra), also known as the Northern red oak, is a common street and landscape tree that can withstand urban conditions and many different soil types. The red oak tree

Kinds of Flowers to Plant Around White Oak

The white oak tree, known botanically as quercus alba, is a large deciduous shade tree that sports red foliage color

About Oak Trees

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