Chin Oak (Chinkapin Oak)
The Chin oak is deciduous (drops its leaves around late November and gets new leaves in late March). This tree has a rounded shape and yields acorns which feed many types of wildlife (e.g. deer, chipmunks, squirrels, turkeys). The leaves are oblong that are dark yellowish green, coarsely toothed and 4–6½” in length. Fall color varies from yellow to orangish-brown to brown.
Plant Habit or Use: medium tree
Fruit Characteristics: acorns
Height: up to 50 ft.
Width: up to 60 ft.
Heat Tolerance: high
Water Requirements: low
Soil Requirements: adaptable to many different soil types
USDA Hardiness Zone: 5 – 9a
|7 gallon||$45||35 (ready now)|
|15 gallon||$85||180 (ready in summer 2022)|