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Quercus alba (white oak) the original white oak

Posted by treenutt 8 (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 26, 12 at 11:17

I want one. Can seem to find one locally. No nursery around here sells them. I guess they grow to slow for suburbs. The one I want is going to be planted at my farm. It needs to be at least 5 years old, but I will probably take any age I can get. Im in east Texas in Trinity county. Thanks Treenutt

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RE: Quercus alba (white oak) the original white oak

When I googled Quercus alba for sale in east Texas, I found a sale at the Houston Arboretum's December Native Plant sale.

Here is a link that might be useful: Houston Arboretum's December Native Plant sale

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