Oak

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Oak trees are a popular and somewhat famous type of tree that comes in many varieties. In fact, you’ll find over 450 species of oak in the Quercus genus. About 90 types of those trees are native to North America.

When seeking oak trees for any reason, show care and make sure you’re looking at a member of the Quercus. Some trees have the name oak, but aren’t oak trees. Some of the more popular types of Quercus oaks include:

  • Burly oak, mossycup oak, or bur oak (Quercus macrocarpa)
  • Chinquapin oak, yellow oak, or chinkapin oak (Quercus muehlenbergii)
  • Chestnut oak or rock oak (Quercus montana)
  • English oak (Quercus robur)

These are only a small sample of the types of oak out there. People love oak because these trees have a significant number of uses ranging from singular to commercial. Oak trees have a strong presence and produce a natural resistance to fungi and insects.

Many live oaks even stay green the entire year. Because of their presence and the unique looks of many of the species, both residential and public areas like to use them to line roads or add value to a property.

Every part of the oak tree is prized in one industry or another. Oak wood goes into just about every part of the construction and carpentry trades. Barrels of oak play a large role in making wines and spirits. Oak wood chips are very popular for various applications. The list goes on.

Oak trees are a viable purchase for anyone, especially for those seeking wholesale oak trees. In general, there’s an oak tree for anyone’s needs. Take a look at the many species of oak trees we have to offer.