NAME: Laurel Oak Tree
OTHER COMMON NAMES: Darlington Oak / Sand Laurel Oak / Laurel-Leaf Oak / Coastal Laurel Oak
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Quercus Hemisphaerica
PLANT SEEDS: Fall / Cold Stratify / Spring
BLOOM TIME: March - May
HARDINESS ZONE: 6 - 9
PLANT HEIGHT: Up to 120’
PLANT SPACING: 30 – 40’
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average - Dry
QUANTITY: 5 Seeds
OTHER: The Laurel Oak is native to the southeastern United States, where it is a popular urban street & shade tree. They are considered to have a medium to more rapid growth rate, & the trees are also a popular tree for firewood. They can grow up to 120’ tall, but more commonly reach heights of around 60’ with a trunk diameter of up to 5’. This Sand Laurel Oak (different from the Swamp Laurel Oak) tolerates dry and sandy conditions well.
The Laurel Oak has narrow dark shiny evergreen to semi-evergreen leaves & is deer resistant. The spring flowers turn into seeds called acorns in fall. The acorns are poisonous to humans if eaten, but not to the wildlife that loves to snack on them.
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Nov 13, 2017
I got thel oak seeds.